mil.navy.nps.rra
Class ExampleRay

java.lang.Object
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public class ExampleRay
extends java.lang.Object

Produces an example VRML 3D scene ExampleRay.wrl showing a Ray.

This is an example application that shows how to invoke the rra package to produce a VRML scene with a Surface, Bottom and Ray.

Save the output to a file for viewing in a VRML browser, e.g.

java mil.navy.nps.rra.ExampleRay > ExampleRay.wrl

Version:
1.0

Author:
LT Timothy M. Holliday USN

Contact: Don Brutzman (web.nps.navy.mil/brutzman) brutzman@nps.navy.mil

Output scene:
~vrtp/mil/navy/nps/rra/ExampleRay.wrl
http://devo.stl.nps.navy.mil/~brutzman/vrtp/mil/navy/nps/rra/ExampleRay.wrl

Source Code:
~vrtp/mil/navy/nps/rra/ExampleRay.java
http://devo.stl.nps.navy.mil/~brutzman/vrtp/mil/navy/nps/rra/ExampleRay.java

Hierarchy Diagram     Coordinate Systems

History:
15 Apr 97 Timothy M. Holliday New
9 Oct 98 Don Brutzman Javadoc updates for jdk1.2b4
25 April 99 Don Brutzman Javadoc updates for jdk1.2.1

Reference:
Holliday, Timothy, Real-Time 3D Sonar Modeling and Visualization, Master's Thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey California, June 1998. Available at vrtp/rra/HollidayRRAthesis.pdf. and devo.stl.nps.navy.mil/~brutzman/vrtp/rra/HollidayRRAthesis.pdf. Slideset available in Powerpoint and Acrobat .pdf formats.

See Also:
Ray, Beam, ExampleBeamStatic, ExampleBeamDynamic, Lobe, ExampleLobeStatic, ExampleLobeDynamic

Constructor Summary
ExampleRay()
           
 
Method Summary
static void main(java.lang.String[] args)
          This method initializes the environment and the sonar Ray and has the VRML reprsentation of each written to the console.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
, clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

ExampleRay

public ExampleRay()
Method Detail

main

public static void main(java.lang.String[] args)
This method initializes the environment and the sonar Ray and has the VRML reprsentation of each written to the console.