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Patrick Balleux
Tech is my life, tech is my work
Tech is my life, tech is my work

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I am moving WRoom to its own website. Still work in progress...

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I've uploaded the source code for WRoom on Github:

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#WRoom has been updated: Chat with others while browsing #dev #java #3d

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Browse the web in 3D with WRoom
I've been quiet for a while as this is summer time and I have also been working on a new idea:  a 3D web browser. This idea is not quite new as I've been thinking about this for a few years.  In the last few weeks, I did some testing and finally found a way...

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Hi guys,

I've been working on a new idea lately that is called WRoom. It's basically a 3D browser "Doom-style".

Source code will be released under the GPLv3 licence when everything will stabilized.

The main idea is to create a new kind of web browser not relying on HTML+Javascript but mainly on a virtual 3d space that is easy to create for any user.

Have a look at a demo I've made with the latest 0.0.5 (alpha). I have created small WRooms where you can navigate and interact.

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#WRoom 0.0.5 is available!

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#WRoom Demo showing a few features...

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Another testing session for WRoom

Video playback does not work well with OpenJFX under Linux.

Will try with the official JRE fro Oracle...

#WRoom testing 

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Hi guys,

I’ve been updating WRoom again... I’ll try to screencast later today the new features.

That’s why it’s been quiet for ScreenStudio in the last few weeks.
I have updated WRoom on the main website,

You'll need the new JAR file.

New features:
- Plays videos (Press space in front of the Big Bunny wall)
- Renders web pages (Press space in front of ScreenStudio wall, or my links in the middle of the room

There is a teleporter that will bring you to a small room, and another to bring you back to the main room...

Expext bugs and it has been only tested in Windows/Java8.

You'll need JavaFX installed, which may not be part of the default JRE installation for my Linux friends... Make sure to have the package installed.

Hope you like it

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