iModeller 3D Pro
iModeller 3D Pro
2.6

5.0

iModeller 3D Pro free download for Mac

iModeller 3D Pro

2.6
27 September 2005

Intuitive 3D modeller.

Overview

Note: iModeller 3D Pro is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for sale.

Create 3D objects from images taken with any digital camera. No modelling knowledge required. No tripod or extra hardware needed.

This easy to use, state of the art application takes 3D modelling to the next logical step. iModeller 3D provides an intuitive user interface, seamless integration to third party 3D software and great documentation. iModeller3D Professional Edition allows the user to create 3D models and textures at any resolution, great for rendering, animation and Web 3D purposes.

3D Export Formats: The 3D models created with iModeller3D Professional Edition can be exported to UZR, 3DS, C4D, VRML, STL, OBJ and DXF. Thus, a perfect integration in your 3D developing environments is provided.

What's new in iModeller 3D Pro

Version 2.6:
  • Magnifier: You can now place calibration markers in a more convenient way by using the magnifier window. It automatically zooms into the part of the image you are working on.
  • Improved texture atlas generation. The quality of the automatic texture atlas generation has been improved. You now get less single triangles not connected to any other part of the texture.
  • Improved marker point handling. The error messages in the Marker-based calibration will now show you the problematic image groups.
  • Improved image list display. The image list display now shows the appropriate calibration information and image numbering.
  • Improved history window display. All actions in the history window now show their corresponding icons.
  • Improved display on OS X 10.4 "Tiger". iModeller 3D showed display deficiencies on Apple's latest release of Mac OS X. This has been fixed.

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3 iModeller 3D Pro Reviews

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Anonymous
16 August 2004

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this is lame, it looks like freeware, and bad freeware at that.
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Version 2.5
Anonymous
27 September 2005
iModeller used to UZR3d, Its is an amazing 3d Mapper that makes models from photos plain and simple. The value is that you don't need a mechanical armed point locator to map out your real world objects. It saves time and money. Perhaps the name is a little misleading, if you think your going to push pull or subdivide something from primitives- your not. It does the modelling for you. If you want to tweak the results in Maya, or Lightwave go ahead. I wish people would just read the Overview, or really use the products before posting, instead of telling us their life history or opinions based on how the website looks. -duh
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Version 2.6
Anonymous
13 January 2005
This really does look like a junky freeware app that doesn't do much of anything. The gallery on it's website is full of pictures that are rendered using 3D Studio Max. There is nothing that I see that this application can do that Blender cannot. Blender is a free open source application that has been making it's way into competing with high end software packages, such as 3D Studio Max and Alias Wavefront's Maya Complete / Unlimited, that cost thousands of dollars. Blender has it's own renderer and also uses Yafray for rendering too, which is also a free open source application. My choice, as 3D Computer Animation major, and personally using good judgement on budget, I choose the free application that can do much more and even has a nicer user interface. For those who are unable to run a search or having trouble finding this better alternative, visit www.blender3d.org.
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Version 2.5
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Anonymous
Anonymous
27 September 2005
iModeller used to UZR3d, Its is an amazing 3d Mapper that makes models from photos plain and simple. The value is that you don't need a mechanical armed point locator to map out your real world objects. It saves time and money. Perhaps the name is a little misleading, if you think your going to push pull or subdivide something from primitives- your not. It does the modelling for you. If you want to tweak the results in Maya, or Lightwave go ahead. I wish people would just read the Overview, or really use the products before posting, instead of telling us their life history or opinions based on how the website looks. -duh
Like
Version 2.6
Anonymous
16 August 2004
this is lame, it looks like freeware, and bad freeware at that.
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Version 2.5
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
16 August 2004
What in a price of $499 makes a software look like freeware? You might be referring to the impression the website www.vri.ca gives. See the site www.imodeller.com
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Version 2.5