GEF goes 3D

In the area of model driven development, models play an important role. Usually models are visualized by two-dimensional diagrams, UML diagrams may be the most prominent examples. However, in some cases two dimensions are simply not enough. Sometimes, models require a three-dimensional representation, or multiple two-dimensional diagrams should be displayed simultaneously. The latter case enables the visualization of so called inter-diagram relationships, that is connections between elements of different diagrams. The GEF3D framework enables the creation of three-dimensional diagram editors in a very simply way.

Categories: UML, GEF, GEF3D

[html] GEF goes 3D
January 2010
by Jens von Pilgrim