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Re: Export 3D graphics to Web page (a la LiveGraphics3D)


On 2010.06.23. 7:55, John Jowett wrote:
> Hello,  A few years ago I was using Martin Kraus's LiveGraphics3D
> application ( http://www.vis.uni-stuttgart.de/~kraus/LiveGraphics3D/ )
> to export 3D graphics from Mathematica to Web pages.  This allowed
> people to rotate, spin, zoom etc in their browsers.
>
> However the Web page says that "only versions of Mathematica prior to
> version 6 are supported" and it doesn't look as if it is being
> update.   Does anyone know anything about this ?  Is there any
> straightforward way to recover the same functionality with Mathematica
> 7, preferably avoiding having to ask people to install special browser
> plug-ins ?
>


Hi,

You could try JavaView <http://www.javaview.de/>, I believe it can do 
the same thing and it's compatible with version 6+, although I haven't 
used it for the same purpose as LiveGraphics3D.

Hope this helps,
Szabolcs


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