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hi,
there’s any one know can i build a 3D graph to represent a links
between users in a social graph !?
thanks.

Hi Andel, I use this => Highcharts Demos | Highcharts.com

2011/6/21 Adel M. [email protected]

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thanks Carina, but its not realy waht i want :s
i want to represent users with a 3D sphere connected together and i can
see
them from different angles.
like this picture of molecule:

Adel M. wrote in post #1006779:

thanks Carina, but its not realy waht i want :s
i want to represent users with a 3D sphere connected together and i can
see
them from different angles.
like this picture of molecule:

MOLECULE - humor - Blog for Tech & Lifestyle

Are you looking for a true 3D experience, or a simulated 3D in a 2D
space (sometimes referred to as 2 and a half D)? If the former, and you
want to stay in the browser, then you’d have to wait for WebGL.

Note that WebGL is currently under some scrutiny concerning issues of
security. Working is currently under way to address these concerns.

For 2.5D there are CSS transforms. This provides for animation of 2D
planes within a 3D space. Really powerful stuff, but again suffers from
limited browser support. AFAIK the technology is only fully available in
Safari. I don’t know if there’s any current plans to bring them to other
browsers.

If you happen to have Safari on your machine this demo shows off the
sorts of things that are possible with CSS 3D transforms:

http://www.webkit.org/blog-files/3d-transforms/morphing-cubes.html

Outside of these, AFAIK, you’re stuck in the land of external plugins,
such as Flash or… dare I mention Silverlight… Pretty sad to see that
this is still the current state of most browsers, but that’s the
reality.

I don’t know of any SDK, Gem or other framework that offers such a
thing. But, I haven’t looked for one so… who knows?