[postgis-devel] Status of X3D

Rémi Cura remi.cura at gmail.com
Fri May 1 06:13:41 PDT 2015

thanks for the answers.

@Regina could you point me to an example of working dumped multipolygon x3D
(I can use ST_Tesselate from sfcgal if necessay, but I didn't sucess to
create a valid x3D file with several geometries).

@Tom : this is more or less what I'm trying to do (I hadn't thought of
using webgl tough).
Would you mind sending the query?


2015-05-01 9:44 GMT+02:00 Tom van Tilburg <tom.van.tilburg at gmail.com>:

>  I'm using it solely to work with X3Dom, and that works very nice but I
> had troubles getting it from x3dom to other viewers. For sure there's some
> problem with capitalization is well there.
> For a working example of the output:
> http://research.geodan.nl/sites/demos/bgt_3d/index.html
> It's based on a combination of pgpointcloud and 2D vectordata where the 3D
> result is extracted purely by using SQL.
> Query is hypercomplex (and slightly dirty), I can sent on request.
> @Regina: for the 2.2 release would be amazing! Looking forward :)
> Best,
>  Tom
> On 30-4-2015 23:44, Rémi Cura wrote:
>  Hey,
> I recently had a lot of trouble with x3D.
> I couldn't use it with several geom in one file ( N Multipolygon in one
> x3d),
> and a classic viewer (like MeshLab or CloudCompare in my case).
>  I resorted to use .PLY files, for which I feel shameful.
>  Any real world example (more complex than the PostGIS doc, and
> outputting real x3D files)?
>  Cheers,
> Rémi-C
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