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Apéndice E. Comunicación electrónica con parallel graphics- Realidad virtual aplicada al tratamiento del trastorno de lateralidad y ubicación espacial - Departamento de Ingeniería en Sistemas Computacionales. - Licenciatura en Ingeniería en Sistemas Computacionales. - Escuela de Ingeniería - Universidad de las Américas Puebla.

Author: Fuentes Kraffczyk, Joaquín Federico

Source: http://catarina.udlap.mx/


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Apéndice E: Comunicación Electrónica con Parallel Graphics En este apéndice se presentan las comunicaciones electrónicas que se entablaron con el personal de soporte técnico de la compañía Parallel Graphics, desarrolladora del VRML browser que se utiliza dentro de este proyecto.
Este apéndice tiene la finalidad de confirmar las restricciones de desarrollo de scripts que se presentan en la sección 3.3.3 Cadena 1 Dear Joaquin, Basically, Java can be used dually for interacting VRML scenes: - as a scripting language for VRML and - in the External Authoring Interface, which allows one to control the VRML browser and it-s content from a Java applet on the same page as the embedded VRML model.
More information about the use of java is available at http:--hiwaay.net-~crispen-vrmlworks-eai_faq-scripts.html. Of course, the use of Java applets is connected with rather severe (but sensible) limitations on security, which allow their developers to distribute HTML pages and applets over the Internet.
To workaround these limitations (for example, save files on disk from HTML pages), you need to insert special ActiveX controls, which provide this functionality, into these HTML pages.
However, such pages will not be normally shown over the net by Internet browsers (which by default do not allow to download unsigned ActiveX controls). Obviously, this problem is not connected with Cortona. What could be a more simple solution, is to insert Cortona as an ActiveX control in your standalone Java application (for example, it is possible to use Cortona Control in MS Visual Java projects).
From this application you can modify properties of Cortona Control, call its methods, create handlers for its events, and access the scene graph (Cortona engine).
Cortona Control interface and VRML Automation interfaces are documented in Cortona SDK, see more information at http:--www.parallelgraphics.com-products-sdk. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us. Best ...





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