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Hi

  I need to view a VRML file inside my delphi application with ability to rotate using the code


Any Idea ??
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I would convert to a more usable format on the fly

http://www.ogre3d.org/tikiwiki/tiki-index.php?page=VRML%20Converter
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Ok, then ??
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Okay well lets start with an image format that you are familiar with and that is very easy to manipulate within Delphi.For example convert it to a simple bitmap image and here is a nice article and code examples on rotating a bmp file.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/848025/rotating-bitmaps-in-code

So you could use one of the open source vrml coverters to dynamically convert to a bitmap then you could easily write code to rotate the image.
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Put I need to rotate a 3D object. witch is exported from 3D studio or solid works, simply i need to create a viwer using dephi
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Okay well I would start with this awesome Delphi programming resources

http://www.freebyte.com/programming/delphi/

Ive seen image viewer code on this site written in delphi
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I cant this lib (AiS VRML Library ) the link is restrickted in UAE, can you please send it
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1) Download and install Cortona3D viewer for free (http://www.cortona3d.com/downloads)

2) Import a TWebBrowser component in your Delphi form

3) Navigate TWebBrowser to VRML (*.wrl) file

4) Use internal Cortona3D navigation controls to rotate, move, pan, zoom, etc.

I made a simple demo (pls download and see the attachment)

Hava a nice time.
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...and here is the demo program.
DelphiVRMLViewer.zip
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