Monthly Archives: December 2010

Export out of 3DTin

This has been a recurring request over time. There wasn’t much point in spending time on export formats, if the tool could not create any meaningful sketches. So the priority was to improve and fix the main user interface first. … Continue reading

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Offline Support

3DTin now implements HTML5 offline caching. That means, you can open http://www.3dtin.com even when you are not connected to internet (provided you have at least once visited the site from the same browser before). You will be able play around … Continue reading

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now “Featured” in Chrome Web Store

3DTin web app is now Featured under Education category in Google Chrome Web Store. Big thanks to Google Chrome team for choosing 3DTin to feature in store gallery.

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Smoothing (or Subsurfacing)

3DTin now has built-in support for sub-surfacing. Take a look at the two images below – first one is a sketch made of pure cubes, second one is the same sketch after applying 3 iterations of smoothing. See the full … Continue reading

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Secret feature

Have you noticed the secret feature link yet?

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3DTin available in Chrome Web Store

Download it here.

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Fighting the Concorde effect

Decades ago British airways came up with an idea of a super-sonic commuter jet – The Concorde. At every stage of its development the project cost a lot more than was expected. It was clear at every point that a … Continue reading

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