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Mar 09, 2007

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I've seen it. 3ds files, obj's, udf's all imported and displayed on a 3D layer in Photoshop. Basically allows you to spin the models and then lock them down as pixels. Didn't have any textured sample files with me, but the version I saw showed solid, hidden line, and other rendering types pretty well. I instantly thought this was a tech pubs must have upgrade, but it actually has a lot of potential and will no doubt be shaking up the CAD companies.

Wiley E. Surveyor

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