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[JAVA3D-INTEREST] multiple graphics node

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Anonymous

Hi,

I have two branches in my tree and multiple(two) views. I need to display
each branch in the corresponding view. I was wondering do I make one
visible in one view and another visible in the other one?

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izelker
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Little typo correction:... I was wondering HOW do I make one visible in one view and another visible in the other one?

aces
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Take a look at Daniel Selman's MultiView exemple.
The source code demo is freely available at

https://secure.manning.com/catalog/view.php?book=selman

I guess it will help your work.

Alessandro

Ilya Zelker

Daniel Selman's example demonstrates multiple views for the same scene
branch. What I need is for example to display the whole scene in the one
view and just one part of the scene in another view i.e. deciding which
nodes to display based on the view, given that both views are visible at
the same time . So far I thought of having separate universes, but I am
sure there is more efficient way. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Ilya

At 08:53 AM 1/5/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>Take a look at Daniel Selman's MultiView exemple.
>The source code demo is freely available at
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>https://secure.manning.com/catalog/view.php?book=selman
>
>I guess it will help your work.
>
>Alessandro
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kcr
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> What I need is for example to display the whole scene in the one view and just one part of the scene in
> another view i.e. deciding which nodes to display based on the view, given that both views are visible at
> the same time . So far I thought of having separate universes, but I am sure there is more
> efficient way. Any ideas?

Try ViewSpecificGroup.

-- Kevin