You can publish your 3D Tree as a VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language) or X3D file. The VRML and X3D files can be stored on a Website, or emailed as an attachment. Anyone can view the VRML and X3D files by using a free plug-in to their browser.
Click here to view a VRML file with geographic color coding (requires VRML plug-in). Blue = Canadian, green = Scottish, orange = Australian.
Click here to see hemophilia inheritance in the British Royal family. Pink = female carrier, blue = male victim, yellow = possible female carrier.
Here are some popular 3D viewing plug-ins.
Links to VRML or X3D viewers:
- Cosmo VRML Player (Windows)
- Cortona3D (Windows)
- Pinecoast Software (Windows)
- Orbisnap (Windows, Macintosh, Linux)
- BS Contact (Windows, Macintosh, Linux)
- Blaxxun Contact
- Flux Player (also here) (Windows)
- Instant Reality (Windows, Macintosh, Linux)
- Octaga (Windows)
- view3dscene (Windows, Macintosh, Linux)
- FreeWRL (Windows, Macintosh, Linux)
- Demotride (Windows)
- Carina (Macintosh)
- MYRIAD 3D Reader was ModelPress (Windows) Fast & responsive. Trial version does not print text.
- OpenVRML (Macintosh, FreeBSD)
Links to lists of VRML or X3D resources: