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Matthew Yeend
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I'm making a project in Java that's going to load X3D models that I have saved externally. I've done some research and found that Xj3D is meant to be good but I can't find the correct folder to download and I've installed X3D-Edit on netbeans but I don't know how to load the external X3D models into that. I want to know a sure fire way that I can load the X3D models into the Java project so that I can display them.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

I don's know anything about X3D. Please give us a bit more detail.
 
Matthew Yeend
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X3D displays 3D models by giving it different nodes. My project is going to be written in Java to load the X3D models that are categorized by area or type of model, so when I run the model, and click on Area1, all the models that are in that area are loaded
 
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I'm not sure this is a Java question, but I did a little poking around and I found this which looks like the latest installer.
 
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