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Adding text to the virtual world by Text3D E-mail
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Text2D objects are two dimensional and Text3D objects are three dimensional. Text3D objects are 3D geometric objects created as an extrusion of the text.

Text3DApp renders a single, rotating Text3D Object. The Text3D object has material properties specified along with lights so that the Text3D object is shaded.


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public class Text3DApp extends JFrame {
     public BranchGroup createSceneGraph() {
         BranchGroup objRoot = new BranchGroup();

         ...
 
         // Create a simple shape leaf node, add it to the scene graph.
         Font3D font3D = new Font3D(new Font("Helvetica", Font.PLAIN, 1),
                                    new FontExtrusion());
         Text3D textGeom = new Text3D(font3D, new String("3DText"));
         textGeom.setAlignment(Text3D.ALIGN_CENTER);
         Shape3D textShape = new Shape3D();
         textShape.setGeometry(textGeom);
         objSpin.addChild(textShape);
 
         return objRoot;
     }


     public Text3DApp() {
        ...
     }

     public static void main(String[] args) {
        ...      
     }
}

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