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3D file Format for the web (VR : interactivity+sound)

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Hi folks! I have to do a survey on the different 3D file formats for web available until now. I''m looking for information on this topic considering that I''m looking for a "light weight" 3D file format (different from VRML) allowing interactivity from a Web browser and if possible which would allow me to import former 3D Scenes made with well-known Modelers . Please help me or give me some piece of advice about my request. Thank you !

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Don''t post more than one version of your questions, even though you might think it''s an important topic. It gets confusing and people will reply to different ones, unaware of the other.

Daniel Netz, Sentinel Design
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go there, plenty of info and links

but, for web "file formats" and interactivity i highly recommend you to look into XML and SOAP. Basically, you dont need a file format, but XML DTD.
http://www.xml.com/pub has tons of info ...


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C:\Projects\rg_clue\ph_opt.c(207) : error C324: 'TryCnt': missing point

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