Depth of the 3D field

Hefner, Donna
February 1997
EMedia Professional;Feb97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p62
Academic Journal
Discusses the market and technology issues for would-be three-dimensional (3D) developers. Some of the most exciting developments in the media industry which revolved around 3D technology; Some 3D authoring software; Advanced animation features to look for in a potential 3D animation package; Bringing 3D Worlds online.


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