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This is the Linux app named Zdog whose latest release can be downloaded as v1.1.1.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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SCREENSHOTS:

Zdog


DESCRIPTION:

Zdog is a 3D JavaScript engine for <canvas> and SVG. With Zdog, you can design and render simple 3D models on the Web. Zdog is a pseudo-3D engine. Its geometries exist in 3D space, but are rendered as flat shapes. This makes Zdog special. Zdog is small. 2,100 lines of code for the entire library. 28KB minified. Zdog is round. All circular shapes are rendered as proper circles with rounded edges. No polygonal jaggies. Zdog is friendly. Modeling is done with a straight-forward declarative API. Zdog was designed to bring the simplicity of vector illustration into 3D. Drawing circles and squares is easy and fun. Zdog just adds another dimension. It renders all shapes using 2D drawing API in <canvas> or <svg>. Spheres are actually dots. Toruses are actually circles . Capsules are actually thick lines. It’s a simple, but effective trick. The underlying 3D math comes from Rotating 3D Shapes by Peter Collingridge.



Features

  • Create 3D models with Zdog by adding shapes
  • Zdog is rendered on a <canvas> or <svg> element
  • Design, display, and animate a basic 3D models
  • Add the Zdog JavaScript file to your page
  • To animate your scene you need to re-render illo every frame
  • The underlying 3D math comes from Rotating 3D Shapes


Programming Language

JavaScript



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