Just a quick post: ControlsFX now has new URLs. I’ve gone through and updated most links already but there are bound to be a few that are out of date (which I’ll get to in due time). In any case, the main change is the URL for the BitBucket repo. It is now the following: code.controlsfx.org. Additionally, in an effort to make the urls I link to often slightly easier to remember, I’ve also created the following subdomains:
- groups.controlsfx.org – our Google Groups mailing list / forum
- docs.controlsfx.org – the JavaDoc for the latest release
- issues.controlsfx.org – our BitBucket issue tracker
I’m not sure where to start. jasper Potts has something on Java.net called SpaceNavigator with ControlsFX. I’m trying to make a virtual solar system with ships (and cameras) that you can fly around. I’m stuck on 3D navigation. This seems very promising for me. Does this work with yaw, pitch and roll?
I’m following this thread. I would appreciate some help.
The SpaceNavigator works with all degrees of movement, it takes a little practice but can be very nice for 3D Navigation. Using it with JavaFX is very simple, just use the open source JInput library and it gives you the input data from device in < 10 lines of code.