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Virtual Reality

A computer simulation that takes data inputs and uses a stated methodology to create outputs. Virtual reality is used in gaming. Likewise, it is important in science and business to predict future trends.
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VRML language is a highly realistic environment using WWW browser to browse 3D design model that allows engineering firms.
VRML gives poor performances on the visualization of large-scale areas, as it is an interpreted language rather than a compiled one.
Single objects (the function, plane and function contours) were created in Maple and exported one by one into VRML. The corresponding worksheet and the detailed description of the animation producing process can be downloaded from the above mentioned address.
As confirmed by VRML visualization of AE-SiGMA results in Fig.
Java is a general-purpose language, which can be used to depict objects in HTML or control a VRML world.
Because this project depends on 3D virtual objects, it was decided to use VRML to specify (i.e., model) them.
* implement a prototype for an interpreter using standard compiler design techniques that would translate Mariner language statements into VRML statements allowing the visualization of an object as it navigates in a 3D world; and
But the most fascinating part of the book is the end, in which the author looks at emerging Internet technologies such as VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language), haptic interfaces, peer-to-peer networking, and interactive advertising.
Designed to bring visually rich, real-time 3D graphics to the web and to broadcast applications, the X3D standard - a successor to VRML - is being developed under the Web3D Consortium's standardisation process.
3-D visualization is possible and economical with Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML), says Tsuyoshi Honjo, associate professor of horticulture at Chiba University, Chiba-ken, Japan.
The VIVID 300 supports a wide range of software systems including: Alias|Wavefront Maya, 3D Studio Max, Raindrop Geomagic, Softimage, Lightwave, RapidForm 2000, OpenInventor, VRML, and more.