X3D Example Archives: X3D for Advanced Modeling, Security, Plain Text Hidden Message

This example illustrates possibility of message obfuscation by using polygonal and line-based geometry instead of native Text-node strings. Note that Text-node geometries become polygonal once rendered and might also be saved in geometric form.

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X3D model

ClassicVRML

VRML97

Canonical

annotated .x3d scene

.py python

X_ITE

X3DOM

.json (check)

.x3db Binary

.java source and Javadoc