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Software Applications for Visualization Territory with Web3D-VRML and Graphic Libraries

By Eduardo Martinez Camara, Emilio Jimenez Macias, Julio Blanco Fernandez, Felix Sanz Adan, Mercedes Perez de la Parte and Jacinto Santamaria

Published: February 1st 2010

DOI: 10.5772/7644

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Eduardo Martinez Camara, Emilio Jimenez Macias, Julio Blanco Fernandez, Felix Sanz Adan, Mercedes Perez de la Parte and Jacinto Santamaria (February 1st 2010). Software Applications for Visualization Territory with Web3D-VRML and Graphic Libraries, Multimedia, Kazuki Nishi, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/7644. Available from:

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