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3D Translator App Symbol

The 3D Translator app converted it's own symbol for display on the Web. Seven Thunder Software modeled the symbol with 3DS Max, then baked the texture, and saved the 3D model to a DAE file. Next the DAE file was loaded into the 3D DAE Translator app, which created data for display online, as you see here.

The symbol with baked texture provides a lightweight method to display 3D content online. Most of Seven Thunder Software's models run well on current mobile phones.

Often people use the term logo instead of symbol. However logo usually involves a brand's name in a specific font along with a standalone symbol. For example the Nike swoosh represents Nike apart from the text which says Nike. The swoosh alone is the symbol.

3D Models for the Web

Now every major mobile device and desktop computer supports interactive online 3D media including iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, Windows PCs, and Macintosh computers. Consider 3D Web media for interactive learning, marketing, online business, data visualization, architectural rendering, online games, 3D models, mobile games, and interaction design.

Free WebGL Translator App

WebGL Translator provides the link between 3D graphics created by artists and 3D software applications. Download the first few 3D Translator versions free. Most 3D Web Media examples at Seven Thunder Software were modeled with 3ds Max, translated with WebGL Translator, then rendered with WebGL. Seven Thunder Software's 3D Translator Apps were implemented with Visual Studio .NET for Windows Vista through Windows 10.

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