Multiple 3d axes in a GLJPanel

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Multiple 3d axes in a GLJPanel

yaqiang
I am tring to implement subplot 3D axes similar as the functions in MatLab.


Multiple GLEventListener method was tested, that means each 3D axes implements GLEventListener was added in one GLJPanel with addGLEventListener method. An example that I added two 3D axes but only the last added 3D axes was plotted.


So I am thinking multiple GLEventListener method may be not the right way, and I want to know how to implement subplot 3D axes using JOGL. Thanks for any help!
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gouessej
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Have you tried with multiple viewports?
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Re: Multiple 3d axes in a GLJPanel

yaqiang
Gouessej,

Thanks for your suggestion! Do you have any detailed information on how to use multiple viewports in one GLEventListener?

Regards
Yaqiang
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Re: Multiple 3d axes in a GLJPanel

yaqiang
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Julien,

Multiple viewports is a good idea and I have implemented it in the MeteoInfoLab. Thanks again!

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It rocks :)
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