I’m working on a web application, composed in three distinct parts.
- The 3D part, where you can move in a given environment.
- Pure Web part that will interact with the 3D part.
- The pattern portion Panel / parameters for the whole application.
At the moment we looked at the Panda 3D SDK for use with Python / C + +.
We do not yet know if this is the one we seek.
Nevertheless we have the rich SDK documentation but some questions remain.
-> We would like to know if the application can be imported into the browser and can communicate with the different elements / Web page data.
We did some research and according to the manual Panda3D, once the finished application, it can be transformed into p3d is a file format that includes:. Python code, models, etc …
After that we can display the browser application like this:
<object width = "640" height = "480" type = "application/x-panda3d" data = "myapp.p3d"> <object width = "640" height = "480" classid = "CLSID: 924B4927-D3BA-41EA-9F7E-8A89194AB3AC"> <param name="data" value="myapp.p3d"> </ object> </ object>
But we have no idea how to communicate with the Web Application python/panda3D elements.
If you could give your opinion on the matter would be not bad.