The Java 3D API enables the creation of three-dimensional graphics applications and Internet-based 3D applets. It provides high-level constructs for creating and manipulation 3D geometry and building the structures used in rendering that geometry. With this software, you can efficiently define and render very large virtual worlds.
IBM has released the Java 3D API for AIX.
Hewlett-Packard Company has released the latest version of Java 3D on HP-UX. This brings the Java 3D API one step closer to platform ubiquity.
Blackdown has been working on porting the Java 3D API to Linux. For more information please visit their Java 3D for Linux page.
SGI has made available Java 3D, Version 1.3.1. IRIX customers can now run Java 3D applications. Visit the SGI web site for more details.