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Submitted on: 9/17/2004 4:40:45 PM
By: Martin Adams  
Level: Intermediate
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Compatibility: Java (JDK 1.4)
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     This application was a part of my university assignment to create a room with a table in it. On the table is a 3D maze. The user can walk around the room, then jump onto the table and walk around the maze. This code has the following: 1. Creating a 3D environment. 2. Smooth motion camera movement. 3. Perspective animation to 'jump onto the table'. 4. Dynamically generate a 3D maze based on an array. 5. Collision detection around the room, table and 3D maze. 6. Some basic 3D lighting. 7. Texturing. The code makes use of Java3D, so please make sure you install that as well or it wont run. This was tested on the OpenGL implementation of Java3D. There is also a supporting documentation explaining the program and concepts. It is ideal for anyone studying Java3D or simply wants to have some fun ... Enjoy. Remember, if you're doing a similar assignment at college/university ... be original in your code! Oh yeah, to run it type: java G3DMazeRoom

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9/24/2004 6:29:34 PMMartin Adams

You can download the Java 3D API here:
There is an option to download it without logging in.

If you want to compile the code, you must download the SDK *and* install it to your existing Java SDK path. If you don't it won’t compile properly.

I've tested this with the OpenGL API and it works fine.

Let me know what you think.

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2/7/2007 11:20:25 AMjoby

please help me by giving the source code for lan messenger
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2/7/2007 4:04:32 PMMartin Adams

Sorry, I am confused. Which lan messenger are you referring to. The only other project which I have shared is the JMessenger project which you can download from that page. gWId=2

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12/5/2007 7:38:40 AMJosh Code

Very nice.. 3D mazes are fun. I got lost in the maze a few times. It would be neat to have some baby mice crawl around in it or to keep with the scale, maybe some cock roaches the size of a human leg.
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