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How to install the JRE and JAVA3D on your system
Step 1: Install the Javaï¿½ Runtime Environment (JRE)
1.4.2 (or later) and install it - if you are running a non-US version of windows you
should select the internationalized version. We
recommend selecting all the default options during the installation process.
here if you need more help.
If you have already installed this software (or a newer
version) previously, you may safely skip step 1. The Javaï¿½ 2 Runtime
Environment is the minimum standard Java computing environment for running
applications written in the Java programming language. It contains the Java
virtual machine, Java core classes, and supporting files. Additional
information and future updates for the JRE will be available here.
Step 2: Install the Javaï¿½ 3D Extensions - OpenGL
1.3.1 OpenGL - select Java 3D for Windows (OpenGL Version) Runtime for
the JRE and install it - we recommend selecting all the default
options during the installation process.
for more help.
If you have already installed this software
(or a newer version) previously,
you may safely skip step 2. Java 3D enables the creation of three-dimensional graphics applications and
applets, and gives developers high-level constructs for creating and
manipulating 3D geometry. Additional information and future updates for Java 3D will be available
completing steps 1 and 2, you should be able to run the following demos:
|APAS Online||Demonstration of live interface with ACES|
|Downloads||Download software products, patches and drivers|
|Gimbal Lock||Demonstration of Euler Angles and Gimbal Lock Phenomenon|
|Motion Files||Search 3D Motion Database|
|Quaternions||Demonstration of quaternion interpolation using only a few key frames|