Note: These libraries are still subject to change.
What is glTF?
The following image gives an overview of glTF:
A larger version of this image, as well as PDF versions, can be found on the glTF overview releases page.
A note about glTF 2.0 support:
The libraries that are available here mostly support glTF 1.0 and glTF 2.0.
Some special features that have been introduced in glTF 2.0 are not fully
supported yet. This mainly refers to rendering glTF 2.0 assets in the
jgltf-viewer, particularly the support of PBR (physically based rendering)
and certain animation interpolation types. Support for these features will
be implemented soon.
The libraries currently available here are
jgltf-model : A library built on top of
jgltf-impl-v2that offers functionality for reading glTF data and accessing the associated data in a form that is more convenient for the use in Java. It serves as a thin abstraction layer around the auto-generated classes.
jgltf-obj : A library/application for loading OBJ files and converting them into glTF 1.0 or 2.0 assets.
jgltf-browser : A simple standalone application that combines functionalities of the JglTF libraries: It allows loading glTF 1.0 or 2.0 from files or URLs via drag-and-drop, offers a basic functionality for browsing through the glTF structure, showing the images, shader code and accessor data in a structured form, importing OBJ files as glTF, and saving glTF as standard, embedded or binary glTF files.
jgltf-viewer : A base library for glTF viewers
jgltf-impl-v2-technique-webgl : Auto-generated classes for the glTF 2.0
jgltf-validator : A simple glTF validator, only intended for internal use