Java ME - 08 - Mobile 3D Graphics
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Nearly all of today's PC and console games use 3D graphics. With mobile phones getting more and more powerful and some devices even boasting a hardware 3D acceleration, development using ...
Nearly all of today's PC and console games use 3D graphics. With mobile phones getting more and more powerful and some devices even boasting a hardware 3D acceleration, development using three-dimensional graphics is an important topic for mobile computing. This module covers the JSR 184 (Mobile 3D Graphics) and explores the possibilities offered by its retained mode (high level) API for defining a scene graph and modifying objects in the world. A detailed example walks you through the basics of the free, open source 3D package Blender. Using this powerful software, you can create a sample 3D scene that you can display on your mobile phone with just a few lines of code. The challenge is about extending a sample 3D game framework, featuring an exciting car racing game!
* Mobile 3D - Overview
* JSR 184 (m3g)
* Scene graph
* Your first m3g file with Blender
* Display, load and modify the 3D scene
* Objects and materials
* Challenge: 3D car racing game
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