Tag Archives: Java

Quo vademus II

Quo vademus – where are we going? Previously I discussed the option to change the application and use other technologies than the current Java-jar with X3DOM for the 3D visualisation. It is a valid option in general, but because I … Continue reading

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Quo vademus

Quo vademus – where are we going? That’s the question for AnRep3D right now. It was already shared on Twitter, but the message won’t have reached the full audience of this blog. A lot of readers reading this are coming … Continue reading

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Agriculture in 3D – minerals, livestock and farmland

To be honest, it was quite a struggle. In Europe we have very nice and publicly available statistics, so I thought it would be easy to show how AnRep3D is able to visualise agricultural data. Indeed it was quite easy … Continue reading

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A very technical post

Why a technical post? Well, to be honest because I realised how much we depend on a cloud-service. Let me explain how this happened and then provide a solution. In the past, the AnRep3D-generator created graphs in the independent language … Continue reading

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