- ペーパーバック: 520ページ
- 出版社: Manning Pubns Co (2000/08)
- 言語: 英語
- ISBN-10: 1884777902
- ISBN-13: 978-1884777905
- 発売日： 2000/08
- 商品パッケージの寸法: 18.9 x 2.9 x 23.5 cm
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3D User Interfaces With Java 3D (英語) ペーパーバック – 2000/8
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Jon Barrilleaux is a consultant specializing in the application of 3D graphics, imaging, and virtual reality. He has been involved in numerous projects to develop 2D and 3D user interfaces for research, training, electronic library, product configuration, e-commerce, and end-user applications. He lives in Oakland, California.
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In many ways, this book is a little beyond it's time. It discusses 3D user interfaces for the most part of the book and how they can be useful in computer-human interactions. Java 3D is merely a specific platform in which the concepts were implemented and many of the ideas could easily apply to other 3D API. Only about a third of the book discusses the Java 3D API specifically and how various features can be used to solve problems when designing a 3D UI. It covers things from basic UI components to complex UI interactions.
This book delivers exactly what it set out to do, so don't expect more from it. If you want a Java 3D tutorial, you are better off looking elsewhere. I'm writing data visualization software but have little experience with user interfaces showing 3D data and I found this book suited me well. The updated code examples from the website also provide a good basis for my own code.
I guess many of the code and concepts of the book is coming from a research project on 3D user interaction, in Rice University. This book is a little bit too much focused on this special 3D framework.
And I don't like the writing style of the author. This book is somewhat difficult to read (I am a foreigner), the author uses lenghy words to describe a simple idea, and most times in a objective manner instead of a subjective manner, lists a lot of fact without giving a good reasoning. The reason for such a writing style maybe also because this book is comming from the result of a research project.
Bottom line: This book is excellent for who already have some 3D programming and OO pattern design background, and want to build/study next generation user interactive method. Currently not much people think 3D GUI is important, but I believe 5 years later VR, 3D GUI will become more and more popular. This book is really a pioneering work.