Re: [OpenMap Users] calling OpenGL program from Openmap bean

From: Carsten . Madsen <>
Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2005 19:25:31 +0200


Here is a paste from

"The JOGL Project hosts a reference implementation of the Java bindings
for OpenGL API, and is designed to provide hardware-supported 3D
graphics to applications written in Java. It is part of a suite of
open-source technologies initiated by the Game Technology Group at Sun

JOGL provides full access to the APIs in the OpenGL 2.0 specification as
well as nearly all vendor extensions, and integrates with the AWT and
Swing widget sets.

Please see the JOGL demos for illustrations of advanced OpenGL
techniques now possible with the Java platform."On Wednesday 05 October
2005 18:19, kedar myadam wrote:"


kedar myadam wrote:

> Hi Carsten,
> I want the plot to be 3D, both the links you gave are
> only 2D. when i googled about JOGL i found it supports 3D too, but i
> dont know how complicated it would be?? I would appreciate if you can
> tell me abt JOGL( i mean, is there any support for JOGL like mailing
> list or forums.... Does JOGL has problems with 3D???).
> thanks a lot,
> kedar
> On 10/5/05, *"Carsten . Madsen"* <
> <>> wrote:
> Hi Kedar
> You can use JNI to access C code from java. We have done this. For an
> example go to the chart layer is
> done
> with JNI/C/OpenGL.
> You could also use JOGL to do the OpenGL stuff within Java see
> regards
> /carsten
> kedar myadam wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I think my question may be weird but i want to know.
> Can i
> > call a OpenGL program written in C in Openmap Bean??. I mean can i
> > include the output of OpenGL as a layer in Openmap window???
> > I am attaching the image that i have done, Right now i
> > have plotted Radar data in OpenGL and produced images and with
> this
> > images are called from Openmap application and used as layers.
> But is
> > there any possibility that i can call the OpenGL program directly so
> > that it can be runned as a layer??? OR Is there any means that i
> can
> > plot the radar data as 3D in Openmap(by using any plugins or
> something) ?
> >
> > thanks,
> > kedar
> >
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