A Web Application for Creating and Presenting 3D Object Expositions
Keywords:3D Rendering in the Web Browser, Online Exhibitions, HTML5
AbstractThis paper describes a recently-developed web application for creating and presenting expositions of three-dimensional objects online. The system allows authors to create exhibitions of 3D models and share them on the Internet, where everybody will be able to view them. The latest HTML5 technologies allow the use of modern web browsers to render the 3D collections without any additional requirements, such as installing third party plugins, which makes the system easily accessible for users operating on different environments.
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