[postgis-users] X3D Export
lr at pcorp.us
Sun Jun 8 11:36:13 PDT 2008
Thanks David, Luigi, and Bob
This is all inspiring. I'll be sure to check out the links David and Luigi
provided. Actually the one that David sent - I saw after I shut off the
other email. Haven't had time to test that out yet.
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[mailto:postgis-users-bounces at postgis.refractions.net] On Behalf Of Bob
Sent: Sunday, June 08, 2008 11:52 AM
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Subject: Re: [postgis-users] X3D Export
I am glad to see another idea on how to use Postgis's geometric potential.
That makes four projects and future projects in the works.
It will be interesting to see the 3D aspect. My project won't need the third
demension until well after I have the 2D in shape.
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From: "Paragon Corporation" <lr at pcorp.us>
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Sent: Friday, June 06, 2008 4:03 PM
Subject: [postgis-users] X3D Export
> We have a client who is interested in using PostGIS for storing
> Lab Design models and maintaining the change of the Lab layout and
> over time. I guess along the lines of what Bob Pawley is working on.
> Basically non-GIS models with a relational and spatial flavor to them.
> They will be outputing these in X3D format. Just wondering if anyone is
> working on an AsX3D Export function and how far they have gotten with
>>From this PDF, looks like Camp2Camp folks may be working on that.
> I recall Randy mentioning the above in his comments
> All this X3D stuff is fairly new to me so sorry for sounding so ignorant
> the topic.
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