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    3D presentations for the web

    Hello- can anyone suggest a program for bringing a lightwave scene onto the web as a 3D presentation? I want to do a 3D walk-through of a room that the viewer can control where they are going in my room.

    I know Wirefusion is one possibility, can anyone suggest alternatives, hopefully with no need for the veiwer to d/l and files to do so.

    Thank you!

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    Could you do that with " unity3D " I do not know much about unity3D but I get the impression that you could do what you say you want to with it though there may be some DL of files for a client iunno tbh... http://unity3d.com/

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    Yes, have a look at Phil Nolan's excellent tutorial in the November newsletter here: http://www.newtek.com/lightwave/newsletter.php

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    Yes Unity would be very good for this, if you have any questions feel free to ask. I'm not quite an expert but I'll try.
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    Thank you for your suggestions ... much appreciated.
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    I also have another thread on the Unity tutorial right here:
    http://www.newtek.com/forums/showthread.php?t=104077
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    Another one is dxstudio. There's a free version with the limitation of 10 objects per scene (but you can layer scenes). Of course there are pros and cons, but if you like to have realtime shadows, unity free won't work, while dxs does.

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