How to Make a Three-Dimensional Project - Scratch Wiki.
Whilst it's great to avoid the engine and try and do it from the ground up, you will NEED a library in order to work with 3D in any modicum of effectiveness. You would be most suited looking at something like LWJGL, which is designed pretty much for exactly your situation, someone who wants to work in Java, 3D and not use an existing engine.
A tutorial series on building a game engine from scratch.
Scratch doesn't allow you to make three dimensional games, but it allows you to make the illusion of one. The X axis is the sprites position from left to right. The Y axis is the position from top to bottom, and the Z axis is the sprites size, allowing you to make the sprite small or large. As said in the beginning of this article, we can always incorporate size and movement to create the 3D.
Java 3D Game Engine? - Stack Overflow.
Welcome to a studio for engines! Here you will find engines you can use in your project! If you use an engine, you have to give credit if not the creator says in the notes not to. If you got or know an engine, you can put the link in the comments and I will add it!
Java 3D from scratch - 3D software renderer tests - YouTube.
Ask any question you may have about this series here. Questions answered in the FAQ: 1) What is a game engine in terms of this series?: 1:36 2) What language.
How to Make a Game Engine (with Pictures) - wikiHow.
I’ve done all the programming, game design, graphics and music. I’ve also written the game engine from scratch. People often ask me why I’ve decided to write my own game engine in the year 201X, when there are multiple general use engines available for free. There are many reasons, but in retrospect I can say that “inventing my own wheel” was an even better idea than I initially.
Write a 3D Soft Engine from Scratch: Part 1 - SitePoint.
Pro Java 6 3D Game Development: Java 3D, JOGL, JInput and JOAL APIs Andrew Davison Create strange lands filled with mysterious objects (cows frozen in blocks of ice, chirping penguins, golden globes with wavering eyes) and throw away your keyboard and mouse, to go exploring armed only with a gamepad, power glove, or just your bare hands!
List of game engines - Wikipedia.
I am currently working on a 3D engine in java and have run across a few problems. Such as, a reliable way to create 3D (or 2D or 1D) geometry in a reliable, simplistic way. Of course, there is no real, straight-forward answer for this, but I'm mainly anticipating this to be a discussion-type-post. But, nonetheless, I'm looking for a simple, yet reliable way to instantiate geometry in my 3D.
Developing Games in Java: Amazon.co.uk: Brackeen, David.
Scratch 3D!, a Studio on Scratch. These are some 3D Projects. Don't add any That look Terrible and if they do, i will delete them.
Java tutorials 3D from scratch - 4programmer.com.
Alice is an innovative block-based programming environment that makes it easy to create animations, build interactive narratives, or program simple games in 3D. Unlike many of the puzzle-based coding applications Alice motivates learning through creative exploration. Alice is designed to teach logical and computational thinking skills, fundamental principles of programming and to be a first.
How to makje a 3D engine? - Discuss Scratch.
Welcome to the second part of our 3D Graphics Engine series! This time we are going to be talking about linear transformations, which will let us alter properties like the rotation and scaling of our vectors, and look at how to apply them to the classes we've already built. If you haven't already read the first part of this series, I suggest you do so now.
How I wrote my own 3D game engine and shipped a game with.
In Java you can use OpenGL functions with some libraries — Java3D, JOGL (Java OpenGL) and LWJGL (Lightweight Java Game Library). They all are cross platform, free and open source. The most popular is the last one, LWJGL. It is a core technology for many other game engines and libraries. LWJGL gives you access to the OpenGL graphics library and contains everything you need to create 2D and 3D.
Tutorial series: learning how to write a 3D soft engine.
Since I like 3D graphics so much, I've always wanted to program a 3D game from scratch. In the beginning of 2007 (can't remember exactly, silly brain!) I decided to try out Java 3D and create a Rubik's Cube solving game. I'm not very good at solving the cube in real life, I've only solved it a few times altogether but that doesn't mean I couldn't create a simple game about it.