[X3D-Public] Remove dynamically added scenes
bnauta at vub.ac.be
Wed Nov 11 11:33:21 PST 2009
Thanks for all the fast replies!
Here is how I worked with the LODs
<Viewpoint description='View' position='0 0 10'/>
<Inline DEF='ref1' url='lowres.x3d'/>
<Inline DEF='ref2' url='hires.x3d'/>
(The console clearly shows that both scenes are directly loaded upon launch)
The problem with BitManagement is that you have to subscribe (== payment) to
get access to their api (unless I am mistaken).
Their API is closed and that is an additional drawback, I am working on my
master thesis, open protocols are favored over closed ones.
I will search for PROTOs, thanks for the suggestion!
On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 8:29 PM, Dave <dave at realmofconcepts.com> wrote:
> Do you also want to unload the heavy object if they back away from it? You
> will likely worry about
> leaking memory. Vivaty has a history of such leaks, I do hope they've fixed
> That said, I have had VERY good luck with BitManagement doing exactly all
> Also, there are some 'smart' loader PROTO's out there, which will only load
> the asset when you
> tell it to, and will unload it as well. That's the way I'd try next if I
> were you. Google 'smart inline proto'
> Dave A.
> Barry Nauta wrote:
> I have been playing with LOD, but that is not a viable solution.
> The initial buildings are boxes, because the hires versions are heavy,
> varying from a 100k to 300k per building. LOD preloads the different scenes,
> which would be unworkable.
> The only player that really works for me is Vivaty. Octaga simply doesn't
> load and BitManagement doesn't support the SAI...
> On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 8:15 PM, Dave <dave at realmofconcepts.com> wrote:
>> Do you want to replace the entire scene, or just that one object within
>> the scene? I would think the latter,
>> in which case you wouldn't removeRootNode, but just the node in question.
>> You might also do this with
>> a Switch or LOD, might be easier on you.
>> I have found it greatly depends on which player you are using whether this
>> stuff works at all. Which are
>> you using?
>> Dave A.
>> Barry Nauta wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Following the ajax3d guidelines, I dynamically add scenes, the goal is to
>> display buildings. All the buildings are initially boxes. Upon selection of
>> one of the buildings, I would like to change the viewpoint to this building
>> (this works) and replace the selected building by a new one, one with a much
>> higher resoltion.
>> To do this, I would like to remove the old version of the building and add
>> the new one, or perform some sort of replace. The problem is that I have no
>> clue how to do this.
>> I have a reference to the scene, but there is no "browser.removeScene"
>> call. I have tried it with a call to removeRootNode, but that doesn't
>> Anyone any suggestions?
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