3D on the web with Java and Irrlicht

Matthew Casperson started a tutorial series at Bright Hub on Irrlicht and Java: He is showing how to use Irrlicht and Java (using Jirr) to create 3D applications which can start directly from a website. He is looking to go more in depth than the basic set of tutorials supplied with Irrlicht to provide a resource for those looking something a little more advanced.
Worth a read.

five comments, already:

A more specific link would have been awesome. The site is quite confusing, I can’t find a thing on it…
Tazo - 25 11 08 - 19:02

I agree with tazo. But if you use the magic search box on top of the site with “irrlicht” word you’ll get the desired results ;D

http://www.brighthub.com/internet/web-de..
technoinside - 25 11 08 - 20:06

ups, sorry, corrected :)
niko - 25 11 08 - 21:09

How to produce non-platform independent code with Java…

Yeah, it’s a very nice and useful tutorial, still pure Windowsapplications are just not “the web” imho.
CuteAlien - 26 11 08 - 02:52

Am I the only one who can’t get the online demos to work? I always get a null pointer exception on all of them.
cowsarenotevil - 27 11 08 - 17:13


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