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Hi nerd's can you please advise me on what java API should i use to make 3D chess set. Thank you.
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One useful API is Java 3D. The homepage for the project at Sun is http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/3D/ - the homepage has pointers to some articles on getting started with Java 3D including some of the design criteria for making Java 3D in the first place.

Hope this helps,
-bcl
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