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Re: Rendering in Java3d for fulldome

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  • Dave Pentecost
    Tom - A quick search found this, not sure if it helps: Safari books online (O Reilly) has an excerpt you can see from a book called Interactive Web-based
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      Tom - A quick search found this, not sure if it helps:

      Safari books online (O'Reilly) has an excerpt you can see from a book called
      "Interactive Web-based Virtual Reality with Java3D" that shows code setting
      the field of view.

      Here's a shortened URL

      http://is.gd/dLpEh

      Good luck
      Dave

      On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 11:44 PM, Tom Casey <tom@...> wrote:

      > We are working with a NASA visualization team doing an animation for
      > fulldome showing the response of the Earth's magnetic field during an
      > actual recorded Solar event.

      > At this point we are teaching the visualizer how to create in
      > fulldome using the typical multi-camera approach, then stitch. They
      > are using Java3D to setup the animation, eventually hoping to be able
      > to export to us for a Maya/MR render. But for now, the question is
      > how to set up the cameras to see the required 90 degree FOV (field of
      > view)?

      > Anybody tried this? And can you explain the settings used for the
      > Java3D camera view to get the appropriate frames to stitch. No one
      > here is familiar enough with the Java language to help.

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