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JAVA 3D : TREE DISPLAY . ICS 465 : Group B. Jaygie Martinez Agcaoili. Kasey Ame Matsumoto. Kawehi-Ann K. Rickard. GOAL AND OBJECTIVES. Familiarize. Analyze. Illustrate. Demonstrate the basics of Java 3D. FAMILIARIZE. Audience with. Java 3D object scenes. Basic shapes.

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Java 3d

JAVA 3D : TREE DISPLAY

ICS 465 : Group B

Jaygie Martinez Agcaoili

Kasey Ame Matsumoto

Kawehi-Ann K. Rickard


Goal and objectives

GOAL AND OBJECTIVES

Familiarize

Analyze

Illustrate

Demonstrate the

basics of Java 3D


Familiarize

FAMILIARIZE

Audience with

Java 3D object scenes

Basic shapes

Java 3D classes


Analyze

ANALYZE

Object scene structure

Shape hierarchy

Shape components


Illustrate

ILLUSTRATE

Object scene users can interact with

Shape hierarchy through a JTree

Components of shapes through user interaction


Target audience

TARGET AUDIENCE

ICS 465 classmates

Professor Jan Stelovsky

TA, Zuzana Hlavackova

Others learning the

Basics of 3D Java


Mock up design

3D SHAPES

MOCK-UP DESIGN

Square

Display Shape

  • Area displays the shape which was selected.

  • The rotate button rotates shape in ‘this’ display box

  • Stop button, ends rotation

  • Clear clears display

  • When user clicks on node

top

bottom

front

back

left

right

Etc.

top

rotate

stop

clear

etc.


Intended functionality buttons

INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY[buttons]

rotate

stop

clear

ends rotation

empties the display box

rotates shape in the display box


Intended functionality 3d shapes

INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY[3D SHAPES]

3D SHAPES

(root node)

Tree displays:

All the shapes contained in that node

i.e. square, triangle, etc.

Dialog Box displays:

3D shapes contained in that node

i.e. square, triangle, etc.

back to tree


Intended functionality square

INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [Square]

Square

(parent node)

Tree displays:

All the possible sides of a square (scene)

i.e. top, bottom, front, back, etc.

Dialog Box displays:

3D square

back to tree


Intended functionality top

INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [top]

top

(child node)

Tree displays:

nothing

Dialog Box displays:

3D square with the top side

(scene) highlighted

back to tree


Intended functionality bottom

INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [bottom]

bottom

(child node)

Tree displays:

nothing

Dialog Box displays:

3D square with the bottom side

(scene) highlighted

back to tree


Intended functionality front

INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [front]

front

(child node)

Tree displays:

nothing

Dialog Box displays:

3D square with the front side

(scene) highlighted

back to tree


Intended functionality back

INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [back]

back

(child node)

Tree displays:

nothing

Dialog Box displays:

3D square with the back side

(scene) highlighted

back to tree


Intended functionality left

INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [left]

left

(child node)

Tree displays:

nothing

Dialog Box displays:

3D square with the left side

(scene) highlighted

back to tree


Intended functionality right

INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [right]

right

(child node)

Tree displays:

nothing

Dialog Box displays:

3D square with the right side

(scene) highlighted

back to tree


Conclusion

CONCLUSION

We hope you have enjoyed

our presentation.

If you have any questions,

please email any of us.

Jaygie Martinez Agcaoili

([email protected])

Kasey Ame Matsumoto

([email protected])

Kawehi-Ann K. Rickard

([email protected])


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