I only need to allow it once on mine. For now, I’m also having lots of fun working with new features of jME3, including the jbullet integration. I am thinking of actually creating an env3d module where users can create a basic env3d application, with palette for code examples and such. Learn Java programming in 3D using the Env3D library. Except that the collision with the house still results in a drastic reduction of framerate.

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Now I’m going to work on integrating some of the more env3d features like water and terrain. Cool, env3c So, you feel like your under-the-hood code got cleaner or rather more convoluted after the change?

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Also, the certificate is an unsigned one that I created Deployment and Packaging by mudlee I have a few comments about the applet itself: What used to be dozens of lines env3d code is now a only few lines long. I only had one unsigned certificate to approve. This makes wnv3d painful but helps in my understanding of how jME3 works.


There’s a lot of framerate dependence, if its high, then the “strength” parameter increases really fast when you hold the button, while env3d increases slowly when framerate is low. I also want to say that JMP is a great idea! One thing that got me in trouble env3d the use of Class.

Env3d up your definitely good work! Also, I noticed that if the mass of the house is 0 staticennv3d the framerate is rock solid. Env3d am thinking of actually creating an env3d module where users can create a basic env3d application, with palette for code examples and such.

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I do have a couple of env3d A couple of unique features of env3d are: That is a dream of env3d too! Games in WIP games currently in development. I am on OSX I was able to implement my own surfaceNormal method using the collisionPicking method of the new terrain system. I think the change that is most significant is the material and asset management system. The water env3d super-fast jittery but other than that it was fun. Featured games 90 games approved by the League of Dukes.

Cool, theres info on how to create a jar library for jMP in the wikidown where the “recipes” are. You can switch the mass of the house with the env3d key to test. That’s exactly what Env3d trying to do I need access to private members so I cannot get around the custom certificate issue. Under the hood, it uses jME for all the heavy lifting. Wow that’s great batkidI know you’ve been contemplating this env3d some time: I am already using a BoxCollisionShape for it.


It integrates with BlueJ, a Java IDE for students, and features easy applet creation so students can be deploy their work online very easily you can deploy your 3D applets directly from the IDE itself. Here is an example program of env3d utilizing jBullet, particle effects, terrain, and simple water: It makes working with the jMonkeyEngine much more streamlined, and the scene and terrain editors could be very useful.

The code is definitely cleaner. Hi all, I’m a computer science instructor who is also interested in env3d gaming.