build.sbt to pick your machine architecture. After this, SBT will download all necessary libraries automatically.
Then you can run the code samples provided by JZY3D, which I've converted to Scala.
Note that you can't run more than one sample from a single SBT session, as the native code loading mechanism in SBT doesn't allow for this.
$ sbt run [info] Loading global plugins from /Users/jason/.sbt/plugins [info] Loading project definition from /Users/jason/code/scratch/20120129/project [info] Set current project to jzy-demo (in build file:/Users/jason/code/scratch/20120129/) Multiple main classes detected, select one to run:  org.jzy3d.demos.surface.WireSurfaceDemo  org.jzy3d.demos.surface.MexicanDemo  org.jzy3d.demos.surface.ColorWaveDemo  org.jzy3d.demos.surface.BuildSurfaceDemo Enter number: 2 [info] Running org.jzy3d.demos.surface.MexicanDemo Rotate : Left click and drag mouse