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Tidbits: Sweet Home 3D and HyperMove (Bunkspeed) news

A new version of Sweet Home 3D came out yesterday. Project Manager, David Randle presents webcast of HyperMove.


New Version: Sweet Home 3D 

The product is geared towards interior designers and best of all it is free. Developed by eTeks, Sweet Home 3D runs on Java, and has an open source code. There is even the option of using free 3D-model downloads which are represented in large numbers on the official site. Sweet Home 3D has a Russian interface (however we see English in the screen capture), provides the opportunity to preview the interior in 2D (top view) as well as 3D. The latest version adds the ability to import 3D-models for the correct display of which is required for other files (ex. texture), changed the module to read files, OBJ + MTL, increased stability and fixed Sweet Home 3D bugs.

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Bunkspeed News: Webcast to introduce HyperMove ’09

Feb. 26 (10AM-11AM) PST
Project David Randle will cover
-What is HyperMove
-Who is it for
-What it isn’t
-HyperMove features
-Q&A Session

PC-based Attendees required: Window 2000, XP Pro, 2003 Server, Vista
Macintosh-based Attendees required: Mac OS 10.3 (Tiger) or newer

Space is limited so see for details.

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