APPLICATION OF THE VIRTUAL REALITY MODELLING LANGUAGE IN AUTOMATED TECHNOLOGICAL WORKPLACES DESIGN
AbstractVirtual Reality Modelling Language (VRML) is a description language belonging to a field of the Window of the virtual World reality system. The file, which is in VRML format, can be interpreted by the VRML explorer in three-dimensional view. VRML was created with the aim of more easily representing virtual reality on the Internet. The development of 3D graphics is connected with Silicon Graphic Corporation. VRML 2.0 is the file format for describing interactive 3D scenes and objects. It can be used in collaboration with www, and it can be used for complex 3D representations in the creation of scenes, products or VR applications. VRML 2.0 enables representative static and animated objects, too. One interesting application of VRML is in the area of automated manufacturing systems design and presentation.
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