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SYVE by Web3D Member Synergy_SSD is a collaboration platform that enables multiple users to capture and describe complex spatial scenarios.
2020 May 13
X3D Quick Start 2020 (three hours total!) provides X3D Introduction and Technology Overview, X3D Ecosystem, X3D Applications and X3D Authoring.
2020 Apr 22
COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated the creativity and innovation of our community in using OPEN technologies for distributed design, local manufacture, and real time connection. Web3D Consortium member, NIH is providing helpful resources in this crisis. Check out the creative ways that NIH 3D Print Exchange 3D model sharing platform is helping alleviate our healthcare system and improve treatments: From clinically-reviewed masks, face-shields, and ventilator parts to equipment lab equipment to door openers. The Web3D platform (and Extensible 3D (X3D) specifically) is helping distribute the knowledge and means for better global preparedness and response.
2020 Apr 4
With an abundance of caution during Coronavirus world health emergency, Web3D 2020 Conference dates have been postponed to 14-16 November 2020. Location remains Korea University in Seoul, South Korea. This allows time for world events to unfold.
2020 Mar 2
Web3D members and working groups had multiple presentations and workshops in December 2019. Work on collaboration, networking, and semantic search are all building on the emerging capabilities of X3D version 4.
2020 Jan 27
Web3D Consortium member Vicomtech has been working to support volume rendering on the Web platform in any browser. MIRROR4ALL by Vicomtech uses DICOM Slices. This implementation is the construction of the density data from DICOM slices. Try this application, just drag and drop your DICOM images. As a contributor to the X3DOM open source library Vicomtech is helping to transition the X3D standard into the Web HTML5 ecosystem.
2019 Oct 31
We are seeing an explosion of interactive 3D content on the Web with WebGL now widely supported by browsers, tools such as X3D, X3DOM, X_ITE, three.js, glTF, and A-Frame. Today, anyone can create Web3D content for virtual any domain or application. Commercial game engines such as Unity, Unreal, and Castle3D offer more ways to integrate open specifications and Standard formats in their applications. Join us in Los Angeles, California July 26-28, 2019 as we explore the many applications and benefits of publishing in the WWW ecosystem!
2019 Jul 25
Web3D Conference 2019 Announces Keynote speakers - Arno Hartholt of Institute for Creative Technologies and Ed Hammond of Duke University and @HL7
2019 Jun 13