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David Starina

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Recent posts by David Starina

Thank you, I really wanted this book, really happy. And thank you Venkat for your answers. Also, I got a hint to give Scala a try, to which I am also grateful
6 years ago
Understood, you are right. Thank you. I'll take a look at your book, it might be something quite useful for me Also, good luck with your sales.
6 years ago
Venkat, Chris, thank you. I think I will take the time to look into Scala.

Venkat, in your book, do you do any Java/Scala comparison, or do you just focus on the Java's take on FP?
6 years ago
Thanks, Chris. But I guess Java has the advantage of not having to learn another programming language Can you get the same functionality as in Scala in Java 8, or is Scala still worth learning?
6 years ago
Hi,

Does the book talk about Scala and/or mentions differences between Java and Scala? If I understand correctly, Scala was the way to go for functional programming on JVM - is Functional programming in Java changing that?

Thank you!
--David
6 years ago
Manuel,

thank you - this is what I am trying to achieve ... I have tried using only one Appearance and ColoringAttributes (each voxel will need its own color, though), but I can not achieve the same with other objects - each Box needs to have its own transformation (each is on its own location). Still got the same error ...
9 years ago
Hi everyone,

if you have a look at my code - is this even the correct way to draw a large number of objects in Java3D?

Thank you,
David
9 years ago
Hi,

I'm trying to draw an object in Java3D - I have a space of 500*500*250 pixels.
I am only interested in the visible voxels, so I have about 300 000 voxels. When trying to draw them, I get a heap space error (or sometimes OutOfMemoryError). Is this too many objects for Java3D to hold - I don't think that should be the case, I am probably doing something wrong in the code.

This is my code for drawing voxels:



Thanks!
9 years ago