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Cube with Vertex Colors

Loaded into WebGL from a Collada DAE File

Swipe to View the Cube

Each Face of the Cube Displays a Different Color

Seven Thunder Software prepared the cube with vertex colors which map edge to edge over each face. The vertex color cube should appear similar to the Texture Mapped Cube. See the 3DS Max rendering of the cube.

The cube was translated with the JavaScript Vertex Color Translator. However the translator was implemented with JavaScript and has limitations with large file sizes.

3D DAE Translator

The model displayed on this Web page was prepared with a JavaScript file converter. The Windows 3D DAE Translator converts more complicated mesh elements.

See 3D DAE Translator for Windows. The first few versions are free. 3D DAE Translator provides the link between 3D graphics created by artists and developer implemented 3D software applications.

The translator frees developers from use of online libraries such as Three.js or Babylon.js. Display mesh elements with your own optimized JavaScript or OpenGL ES applications. Input a Collada DAE file for the translator. 3D DAE Translator prepares a list of arrays for use with WebGL including vertices, normals, and texels. The translator allows developers to use 3D models in Web games, products, scientific visualization, and other online presentations. 3D DAE Translator works with Seven Thunder Software's WebGL e-book series.

Screen Shot from 3DS Max

Screen Shot from 3DS Max

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