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Photorealistic rendering, VRML and Inventor

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12-03-2002 10:47 AM
Do any VRML translators support Inventor textures? Is there a good photo-realistic rendering package that has a freeware viewer or that supports VRML? My end goal is to start with an Inventor assembly and produce an easy to distribute 3D representation of a new product which allows any CAD ignorant person to zoom and rotate the model. Any advice, especially freeware/shareware products is appreciated. Thanks.
*Maas, Karl
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Re: Photorealistic rendering, VRML and Inventor

12-05-2002 12:20 AM in reply to: swamp
VRML is particularly handy if you want to do
walk-thrus of your assembly. You may have to export your models to a VRML
creation program then apply your textures and other VRML features there.
Otherwise there are a number of free viewers available with other advantages.
check out these:





streamline from Autodesk

 


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Do
any VRML translators support Inventor textures? Is there a good
photo-realistic rendering package that has a freeware viewer or that supports
VRML? My end goal is to start with an Inventor assembly and produce an easy to
distribute 3D representation of a new product which allows any CAD ignorant
person to zoom and rotate the model. Any advice, especially freeware/shareware
products is appreciated. Thanks.
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