[PD] Models for Gem

shreeswifty bigswift at ufl.edu
Wed Nov 26 17:48:57 CET 2003

yes you ae lucky if you use wings3d for windows it's very easy.
getting it to work on linux was difficult.

i recommend OSG for testing the models too.



On Wed Nov 26 11:38:38 EST 2003, Johannes Taelman <j0 at advalvas.be> 

> Ken Locarnini wrote:
>> Can anyone help me understand the models that can be used in 
>> Gem?  Are there
>> any open source freeware programs that can work with them?  
>> Thanks,
>> Ken
> I've been using wings3d. It's easy to use, not the kind of 
> learning curve I associate with blender (which I still haven't 
> understood). Not a lot of features, but probably just what you 
> need to create obj's. It's only a polygon mesh modeller, no 
> skeletons, nurbs, animations. This kind of data can't be used in 
> gem anyway afaik.
> www.wings3d.com
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