com.sun.j3d.utils.geometry
Class Cone

java.lang.Object
  extended by javax.media.j3d.SceneGraphObject
      extended by javax.media.j3d.Node
          extended by javax.media.j3d.Group
              extended by com.sun.j3d.utils.geometry.Primitive
                  extended by com.sun.j3d.utils.geometry.Cone

public class Cone
extends Primitive

Cone is a geometry primitive defined with a radius and a height. It is a capped cone centered at the origin with its central axis aligned along the Y-axis. The center of the cone is defined to be the center of its bounding box (rather than its centroid).

If the GENERATE_TEXTURE_COORDS flag is set, the texture coordinates are generated such that the texture gets mapped onto the cone similarly to how it gets mapped onto a cylinder, the difference being the top cap is nonexistent.

By default all primitives with the same parameters share their geometry (e.g., you can have 50 shperes in your scene, but the geometry is stored only once). A change to one primitive will effect all shared nodes. Another implication of this implementation is that the capabilities of the geometry are shared, and once one of the shared nodes is live, the capabilities cannot be set. Use the GEOMETRY_NOT_SHARED flag if you do not wish to share geometry among primitives with the same parameters.


Field Summary
static int BODY
          Designates the body of the cone.
static int CAP
          Designates the end-cap of the cone.
 
Fields inherited from class com.sun.j3d.utils.geometry.Primitive
ENABLE_APPEARANCE_MODIFY, ENABLE_GEOMETRY_PICKING, GENERATE_NORMALS, GENERATE_NORMALS_INWARD, GENERATE_TEXTURE_COORDS, GEOMETRY_NOT_SHARED
 
Fields inherited from class javax.media.j3d.Group
ALLOW_CHILDREN_EXTEND, ALLOW_CHILDREN_READ, ALLOW_CHILDREN_WRITE, ALLOW_COLLISION_BOUNDS_READ, ALLOW_COLLISION_BOUNDS_WRITE
 
Fields inherited from class javax.media.j3d.Node
ALLOW_AUTO_COMPUTE_BOUNDS_READ, ALLOW_AUTO_COMPUTE_BOUNDS_WRITE, ALLOW_BOUNDS_READ, ALLOW_BOUNDS_WRITE, ALLOW_COLLIDABLE_READ, ALLOW_COLLIDABLE_WRITE, ALLOW_LOCAL_TO_VWORLD_READ, ALLOW_PICKABLE_READ, ALLOW_PICKABLE_WRITE, ENABLE_COLLISION_REPORTING, ENABLE_PICK_REPORTING
 
Constructor Summary
Cone()
          Constructs a default Cone of radius of 1.0 and height of 2.0.
Cone(float radius, float height)
          Constructs a default Cone of a given radius and height.
Cone(float radius, float height, Appearance ap)
          Constructs a default cone of a given radius, height, and appearance.
Cone(float radius, float height, int primflags, Appearance ap)
          Constructs a default cone of a given radius, height, primitive flags, and appearance.
Cone(float radius, float height, int primflags, int xdivision, int ydivision, Appearance ap)
          Constructs a customized Cone of a given radius, height, flags, resolution (X and Y dimensions), and appearance.
 
Method Summary
 Node cloneNode(boolean forceDuplicate)
          Used to create a new instance of the node.
 void duplicateNode(Node originalNode, boolean forceDuplicate)
          Copies all node information from originalNode into the current node.
 Appearance getAppearance(int partId)
          Gets the appearance of the specified part of the cone.
 float getHeight()
          Returns the height of the cone
 float getRadius()
          Returns the radius of the cone
 Shape3D getShape(int partId)
          Obtains the Shape3D node associated with one of the parts of the cone (the body or the cap).
 int getXdivisions()
          Returns the number divisions along the X direction
 int getYdivisions()
          Returns the number of divisions along the height of the cone
 void setAppearance(Appearance ap)
          Sets appearance of the cone.
 
Methods inherited from class com.sun.j3d.utils.geometry.Primitive
cacheGeometry, clearGeometryCache, getAppearance, getCachedGeometry, getNumTriangles, getNumVertices, getPrimitiveFlags, setAppearance, setAppearance, setNumTriangles, setNumVertices, setPrimitiveFlags
 
Methods inherited from class javax.media.j3d.Group
addChild, getAllChildren, getAlternateCollisionTarget, getChild, getCollisionBounds, indexOfChild, insertChild, moveTo, numChildren, removeAllChildren, removeChild, removeChild, setAlternateCollisionTarget, setChild, setCollisionBounds
 
Methods inherited from class javax.media.j3d.Node
cloneTree, cloneTree, cloneTree, cloneTree, cloneTree, cloneTree, getBounds, getBoundsAutoCompute, getCollidable, getLocalToVworld, getLocalToVworld, getParent, getPickable, setBounds, setBoundsAutoCompute, setCollidable, setPickable
 
Methods inherited from class javax.media.j3d.SceneGraphObject
clearCapability, clearCapabilityIsFrequent, duplicateSceneGraphObject, getCapability, getCapabilityIsFrequent, getUserData, isCompiled, isLive, setCapability, setCapabilityIsFrequent, setUserData, updateNodeReferences
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

BODY

public static final int BODY
Designates the body of the cone. Used by getShape.

See Also:
getShape(int), Constant Field Values

CAP

public static final int CAP
Designates the end-cap of the cone. Used by getShape.

See Also:
getShape(int), Constant Field Values
Constructor Detail

Cone

public Cone()
Constructs a default Cone of radius of 1.0 and height of 2.0. Resolution defaults to 15 divisions along X and axis and 1 along the Y axis. Normals are generated, texture coordinates are not.


Cone

public Cone(float radius,
            float height)
Constructs a default Cone of a given radius and height. Normals are generated, texture coordinates are not.

Parameters:
radius - Radius
height - Height

Cone

public Cone(float radius,
            float height,
            Appearance ap)
Constructs a default cone of a given radius, height, and appearance. Normals are generated, texture coordinates are not.

Parameters:
radius - Radius
height - Height
ap - Appearance
Since:
Java 3D 1.2.1

Cone

public Cone(float radius,
            float height,
            int primflags,
            Appearance ap)
Constructs a default cone of a given radius, height, primitive flags, and appearance.

Parameters:
radius - Radius
height - Height
primflags - Primitive flags
ap - Appearance

Cone

public Cone(float radius,
            float height,
            int primflags,
            int xdivision,
            int ydivision,
            Appearance ap)
Constructs a customized Cone of a given radius, height, flags, resolution (X and Y dimensions), and appearance. The resolution is defined in terms of number of subdivisions along the object's X axis (width) and Y axis (height). More divisions lead to finer tesselated objects.

If appearance is null, the default white appearance will be used.

Parameters:
radius - Radius
height - Height
xdivision - Number of divisions along X direction.
ydivision - Number of divisions along the height of cone.
primflags - flags
ap - Appearance
Method Detail

getShape

public Shape3D getShape(int partId)
Obtains the Shape3D node associated with one of the parts of the cone (the body or the cap). This allows users to modify the appearance or geometry of individual parts.

Specified by:
getShape in class Primitive
Parameters:
partId - The part to return (BODY or CAP).
Returns:
The Shape3D object associated with the partId. If an invalid partId is passed in, null is returned.

setAppearance

public void setAppearance(Appearance ap)
Sets appearance of the cone. This will set each part of the cone (cap & body) to the same appearance. To set each part's appearance separately, use getShape(partId) to get the individual shape and call shape.setAppearance(ap).

Specified by:
setAppearance in class Primitive

getAppearance

public Appearance getAppearance(int partId)
Gets the appearance of the specified part of the cone.

Specified by:
getAppearance in class Primitive
Parameters:
partId - identifier for a given subpart of the cone
Returns:
The appearance object associated with the partID. If an invalid partId is passed in, null is returned.
Since:
Java 3D 1.2.1

cloneNode

public Node cloneNode(boolean forceDuplicate)
Used to create a new instance of the node. This routine is called by cloneTree to duplicate the current node. cloneNode should be overridden by any user subclassed objects. All subclasses must have their cloneNode method consist of the following lines:

     public Node cloneNode(boolean forceDuplicate) {
         UserSubClass usc = new UserSubClass();
         usc.duplicateNode(this, forceDuplicate);
         return usc;
     }
 

Overrides:
cloneNode in class Group
Parameters:
forceDuplicate - when set to true, causes the duplicateOnCloneTree flag to be ignored. When false, the value of each node's duplicateOnCloneTree variable determines whether NodeComponent data is duplicated or copied.
See Also:
Node.cloneTree(), Node.duplicateNode(javax.media.j3d.Node, boolean), NodeComponent.setDuplicateOnCloneTree(boolean)

duplicateNode

public void duplicateNode(Node originalNode,
                          boolean forceDuplicate)
Copies all node information from originalNode into the current node. This method is called from the cloneNode method which is, in turn, called by the cloneTree method.

For any NodeComponent objects contained by the object being duplicated, each NodeComponent object's duplicateOnCloneTree value is used to determine whether the NodeComponent should be duplicated in the new node or if just a reference to the current node should be placed in the new node. This flag can be overridden by setting the forceDuplicate parameter in the cloneTree method to true.

Overrides:
duplicateNode in class Node
Parameters:
originalNode - the original node to duplicate.
forceDuplicate - when set to true, causes the duplicateOnCloneTree flag to be ignored. When false, the value of each node's duplicateOnCloneTree variable determines whether NodeComponent data is duplicated or copied.
See Also:
Node.cloneTree(), Node.cloneNode(boolean), NodeComponent.setDuplicateOnCloneTree(boolean)

getRadius

public float getRadius()
Returns the radius of the cone

Since:
Java 3D 1.2.1

getHeight

public float getHeight()
Returns the height of the cone

Since:
Java 3D 1.2.1

getXdivisions

public int getXdivisions()
Returns the number divisions along the X direction

Since:
Java 3D 1.2.1

getYdivisions

public int getYdivisions()
Returns the number of divisions along the height of the cone

Since:
Java 3D 1.2.1