scene description language

scene description language

A method for describing graphics objects for rendering. Unlike a paint program or image editor, which uses graphical tools for creating images, scene description languages are more like programming source code.
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VRML is a scene description language which describes the behaviour of the 3D world and defines how a user will navigate in the 3D world.
VRML is a standard and a scene description language used to represent three-dimensional scenes that contain objects and their behaviors (including interactive behaviors among the objects as well as with the user) over the web.
THE WEB IS BEING EXTENDED TO THREE SPATIAL DIMENSIONS THANKS TO VRML, a dynamic 3D scene description language that can include embedded behaviors and camera animation.
Platform4 Player Pro ME offers enhanced features with the addition of support for new media formats and the 3GPP-mandated scene description language SMIL (Synchronized Media Integration Language).