I’m running some experiments for my dissertation I need to visualize the data I’m generating in 3D.
Rotation Pitch, Roll, Yaw
The data is logged every second (sampling time), what can generate quiet easily a pretty big file.
I would like to visualize this data (that’s in text file) in the following way:
- A representation of the points by a geometrical shape
- I would like that geometrical shape to represent a rotation vector. In other words, the shape would be rotated according to pitch, roll and yaw values of the file.
- I would also like to be able to attach to the shape different types of data: i.e time
- Be able to import DXF and/or 3DS file formats -just geometry.
Well, if u r still reading, here is my question. I am pretty new to APIs, and I would like some advice about what high-level API is most suited to do the job? OpenInventor?Hoops3D? Gizmo3D? Java3D? none of the them?. Please, any suggestions would be grately appreciated.