Friday
Sep092011

View your 3D Artworks within Acrobat Reader

Click to download and animate the 3D interactive PDF file

Very interresting news from Mr Moshe Caine, department head at the faculty of Interactive Communication at the Hadassah Academic College, Jerusalem.

He shared with me this Acrobat PDF file that he created/converted from a Photosculpt .obj 3D model of his own.

I'm really excited too to see how easy it is now to share interactive 3D objects, even large ones !

Click on the image to download the file. (4.9Mb, Adobe Acrobat Reader 8.1 required, creative content is copyright Moshe Caine 2011)

Thank you Moshe for sharing this! I'm always amazed to learn new uses for Photosculpt 3D objects. I'll now investigate more of this in the future. I think it could ultimately lead to new functionalities for Photosculpt in the future?

Moshe said:

[...]I am sending you an example file of aPhotoSculpt image which I have converted to an interactive animated Acrobat PDF file.

As I mentioned, I think this has great potential for display purposes, for commercial and academic presentations, for online and no doubt soon for tablet displays.

[...] I ultimately chose the OBJ file which I converted to an interactive PDF using SimLab Composer software.  http://www.simlab-soft.com/3d-products/simlab-composer-main.aspx

[...] Acrobat pro does not actually create a 3d file, however it can import and embed one. The format is U3D (universal 3D). Actually, despite Adobe's efforts, the format is not as universal as they would like. There are not all that many programs that save in U3D. I use three primary tools:

1. Mesh lab - a free 3d package which is quite good.

2. Deep Exploration, by Right Hemisphere. An excellent 3d conversion, optimization, etc tool. However quite expensive.

3. Simlab Composer, which I discovered lately. Very good. Both conversion and some basic interactive components built in.

 

Friday
Sep092011

Win an Individual License of Photoscuplt every Month!

The themes for the next Photosculpt Challenges this year have now been decided.

  • glass sculptures

  • ancient celtic artworks

  • fearsome dragon cave

  • my paradise island

You can now dowload your 30-day trial of Photosculpt Texture software, get creative and eventually convert your trial software into a full individual license! (value Eur 99)

Good luck!

Hippolyte from Photosculpt.net

Monday
Sep052011

New Tutorial Added: How to Extract a 3D Detail from a Sculpture?

This tutorial is a quick refresh of our previous tutorials. It's now applied on how to use sand sculptures and the tileable mode in Photosculpt creatively. Please refer to our previous posts for the details of each function?

Final image is here:

Continued on the tutorial page

Wednesday
Apr132011

Please "Like" Photosculpt!

Hi everyone!

Can you please go to

http://www.facebook.com/photosculpt

and press "I like it"?

That's the new facebook page of my new cool innovative software Photosculpt.

As most independent software it urgently needs visibility over the web and you can help with your "likes" today. It'll take you only 5 seconds.

Thanks in advance! Your help is appreciated!

Best.



Monday
Mar212011

How to Keep Updated with Photosculpt?

 

The Photosculpt community can now follow Photosculpt using those following links: Just subscribe or become a fan to keep updated!

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