[X3D-Public] [WWW-Vrml] developer resources for novices (educators)
exposedfield at yahoo.com
Sun May 24 14:32:59 PDT 2009
Gavin and Rick's booksite is up (thanks)
Will hold on to Leveller, maybe make a more professional tool page in future and place it there.
As for a Vivaty Studio > Spazz3D, yeah, a tutorial makes sense. Its more powerful than it seems - but still wish it had a text editor (like Dreamweaver and Flash)
A quick search turned up only one tutorial for Vivaty Studio :(
Any "up to date" suggestions...
Improvement makes straight roads,
but the crooked roads, without Improvement,
are roads of Genius.”
- William Blake
--- On Sun, 5/24/09, Russ Kinter <pyth7 at verizon.net> wrote:
> From: Russ Kinter <pyth7 at verizon.net>
> Subject: RE: [WWW-Vrml] developer resources for novices (educators)
> To: "'steve guynup'" <exposedfield at yahoo.com>, "'vrml'" <www-vrml at web3d.org>, "'X3D Graphics public mailing list'" <x3d-public at web3d.org>
> Date: Sunday, May 24, 2009, 4:47 PM
> Actually the vrml source book is
> online somewhere I think -the google is
> your friend.
> Missing in a big way is VRML 2.0 Reference Manual by Gavin
> Also there is Leveler:
> There are some other freebie landscape programs as well.
> Probably could use some tutorial sites for Spazz...ooops I
> mean Vivaty
> Studio. There are plenty of those around.
> Russ Kinter
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: www-vrml-bounces at web3d.org
> [mailto:www-vrml-bounces at web3d.org]
> > Behalf Of steve guynup
> > Sent: Sunday, May 24, 2009 4:29 PM
> > To: vrml; X3D Graphics public mailing list
> > Subject: [WWW-Vrml] developer resources for novices
> > Well, the site is up:
> > http://noel.pd.org/~thatguy/exit/
> > If folks could take a quick peek at the developer
> resources page, I'd
> > appreciate it. I posted some good free and less
> expensive stuff - could
> > use more.
> > So more tools, libraries of 3D models, tutorial
> sites... are welcomed.
> > (Other sites are fine, will post on the other
> resources page - just need
> > to be Exit Reality friendly if VRML/X3D)
> > Happily much of my old work is moving easily into ER.
> > Will offer demo sessions in a few weeks...
> > regards
> > Steve
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