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2024 Jul 29 - 08:00 to 2024 Aug 1 - 18:00
Denver, Colorado
2024 Jul 29 - 08:00 to 2024 Aug 1 - 18:00
Denver, Colorado
2024 Sep 25 - 08:00 to 2024 Sep 27 - 18:00
Guimarães, Portugal

Recent News

The Consortium's Spring 2024 Newsletter is available. It contains stories and reports from activities and events. The Web3D Consortium regularly publishes a newsletter covering major Consortium events and news.
2024 Jun 29
Web3D Consortium announces the X3D Ecosystem special interest group to accelerate the progress of integrating X3D content across diverse domains and platforms. By extending support of X3D authoring tools and X3D conversion tools in other 3D technologies we can bring X3D to mainstream use. Calling 3D experts and enthusiasts to join.
2024 Jun 15
X3D working group efforts have shifted focus exclusively to standardization of X3D technology. Web3D Consortium has renamed it to X3D Standards Working Group to better reflect this new direction.
2024 Jun 15
Web3D 2024 Conference in Guimarães, Portugal from 25 – 27 September 2024. Call for Papers and Contributions is now open. Submission deadline extended to June 16th, 2024. Share your latest 3D work! Requesting authors to submit their papers and posters.
2024 Mar 1
Web3D 2024 Conference in Guimarães, Portugal from 25 – 27 September 2024. Call for Papers and Contributions is now open. Submission deadline extended to June 16th, 2024. Share your latest 3D work! Requesting authors to submit their papers and posters.
2024 Mar 1
The X3D® version 4.0 specification is now ratified by ISO/IEC as an International Standard. This latest version continues the tradition of interoperability, long-term stability, and royalty-free use while providing powerful new graphics and multimedia capabilities. The Web3D® Consortium's X3D version 4.0 standard spans a cross-platform ecosystem, including other standards such as glTF, HTML, MIDI, and Web Audio API for interactive, composable worlds on the Web.
2024 Feb 12
Immersive 3D visualization helps researchers with richer knowledge of fluid in tumors and could lead to advancements in understanding how glioblastoma tumors spread.
2024 Feb 10
Immersive 3D visualization helps researchers with richer knowledge of fluid in tumors and could lead to advancements in understanding how glioblastoma tumors spread. The Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC, shared data on fluid flow in brain tumors with Virginia Tech’s Visionarium, which created 3D visualizations using X3D that allow new insights.
2024 Feb 10

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