Yes It can, go to File > Import > Then select the file format you want to import (e.x. .3ds, .odj)
virtual entertainment in 3D
Some 3D televisions have a 3D simulation facility that tries to recreate a 3D image from 2D content. Don't expect it to be the same standard as content originated in 3D. The feature must be treated as a bonus and not a reason to buy one model over another.
In the Qube 3D - 2011 Summer of 3D 1-1 was released on: USA: 24 April 2011
Acorrding to the reviews it's better in 3d
No, you are confusing the Nightmare on Elm Streetfranchise with the Friday the 13th franchise. Friday the 13th Part 3 (sometimes called Friday the 13th Part 3D), which came out in 1982, was shown in 3D in theatres, and a special 3D version was released on VHS or DVD, or both.A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 3: Dream Warriors (1987) was definitely not a 3D movie. Ever.See the Related Links below for more information about each movie.
I don't think so. If you want to make 3D models, it might be best to use a free 3D modelling and animation software called Blender You can then import the 3D model into photoshop:
Procedural models are models generated by using an algorithm(s) to create the model, instead of a 3d graphic designing it in a program like Blender or 3D studio max.
I import an OBJ file go to file import wavefront (.obj) to export it is the same thing but export instead of import.
WolfQuest was made using Unity 3D Pro. There is a free version of Unity 3D with basic scripts provided, though it lacks many of the Pro features used in WolfQuest. Models were, to my knowledge, designed and animated in Maya (a premium 3D modeling program) and imported to the game engine. I know you can import 3D models into Unity easily, as I've seen it done commonly with programs like Blender or 3DS MAX as prime examples. If you know how to make a 3D model, rig it and animate it, you should be fine. There are free 3D models scattered around the worldwide web - it's just a matter of finding them, though there are also premium models out there of better quality. As long as you know how to script in Unity 3D, you should be able to make your own game.
blender 3d or Maya autodesk
Not really. There are programs for 3d movie making in general though. If you're really interested you could try Blender. You could import the models, but I don't know if it always works, I'm not that experienced with this kind of stuff.
There are many 3D modeling applications available for the Mac. They range from the free Blender and Sketchup through the mid range Bryce and Vue to the high end Maya. (See links below) There are many other 3D packages for the Mac.
You can use Blender.
Its ok, I wanted my blender models made into real world objects but I have found a website; www.shapeways.com
You can define the scale yourself as long as you are consistent.
One can find photos of import models by going to the Complex website. It offers the 25 hottest import models on Instagram. Another website to view photos of import models is Google Images.
File>Save Game as Runtime