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3D Tin: world's first 3D modeling tool that runs in a browser.


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So cool. I'd like to see this software taught in elementary schools.
#1 Ana Hevesi on 2011-02-04 01:19 (Reply)
This is really cool. I know many people will say "but it only supports cube-based objects!" but honestly, that's pretty damn good. I mean its not like more advanced free modeling software isn't available to people. The limitation sparks ingenuity, and some really amazing things can be created because of it. It's sorta like building in Minecraft. It's basically 3-d pixel art, and we all know how cool pixel art can be, right?

I think I'll have to give this a go sometime. I wonder if my mobile browser supports it...
#2 Alex Berkowitz on 2011-02-06 21:04 (Reply)
UPDATE:

You can now export smooth models with 3D Tin up to 5000 polygons !!

http://blog.3dtin.com/export-smooth-models-in-stl-and-obj
#3 duann scott (Homepage) on 2011-02-08 08:13 (Reply)

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