3D models are used by businesses, governments, and even military to create models of the world.
But while software engineers can create digital models of a large number of things, they typically specialize in the creation of complex 3D scenes.
There’s a lot of complexity in the process, and in many cases, it’s not easy to get a good 3D model.
According to the latest estimates from a new survey by The Software Industry Association (SIA), there are nearly 1 billion 3D objects out there, and a third of them are generated by software.
There are, however, some amazing examples of software that do amazing things.
Here’s a look at a few of the most impressive examples.
Doodler 3D printer software, by Redragon Technologies, Inc. (RTR) 2.
RedDragon 3D modelling software, for creating 3D maps, and terrain.
Red Dragon 3D terrain modeling software.
Red Dragons’ 3D mapping software was created for mapping applications.
RedDynamics 3D design software.
3D 3D CAD software.
A company called RedDot is a pioneer in 3D printing.
Reddy’s 3D scanning software was also a pioneer.
Red dynamics, for example, was created by a team of three engineers.
3d software and 3D-scanning software company 3D Scan, Inc., which specializes in the software industry.
3dfx Inc.’s 3D software and hardware, which is based on the AMD Fusion processor architecture.
3dsMax 3D MAX 3D Max, which was developed to enhance 3D gaming, by 3D Systems Inc. 8.
Digital Design Group, which specializes and develops 3D rendering software.
A software-based 3D camera that uses the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset to capture 360-degree images.
The Open3D software, a free 3D programming framework for 3D animation and 3d art.
Autodesk 3D Design, a company that creates 3D digital artwork and 3DS Max models.
A 3D art program that allows you to draw, print, and use 3D printers, but it also provides an interactive editor that lets you edit the images.
3DPrint, a 3D print-and-cut company that specializes in making high-end 3D plastic.
Autodoc, a software for designing, designing, and printing digital 3D drawings and models.
Digital Artist, a digital art tool for creating digital artwork, including paintings, sculptures, and other creative works.
Autonomous 3D Printer, which produces 3D printed objects for consumers.
Autodeck, a program for creating and editing digital art.
3-D printing company Makerbot, which makes 3D parts for computers, and which makes parts for other devices.
3DMiner, a hardware-based software for 3-d modeling.
Makerbot 3D, a home-grown 3D maker, that sells 3D furniture, 3D statues, and 3-.
Autopano, a maker of 3D computer printing software.
3M, which sells printers for consumer and industrial customers.
3DRamp, a tool for printing and cutting 3D designs.
3DAV, a computer-controlled 3D manufacturing system.
3DLabs, which provides software for industrial designers and designers of large and small businesses.
3do, which develops and sells 3-dimensional printing equipment.
Autocab, a startup that makes industrial 3D components.
3DOV, which uses 3D to create 3D prints.
3Tec, a makerspace that builds 3D prototypes.
Autostar, which builds and sells printers and other industrial equipment.
Autogym, which designs, develops, and sells high-performance 3D sensors.
Autohybrid, a suite of software for creating cloud-based applications.
Automech, which creates digital images and digital 3-Axis sensors.
Autozone, which offers a suite for 3DProduct, a cloud-hosted 3D production software.
3Dsight, which helps photographers to track their exposures.
3Paint, a service for creating, editing, and sharing 3D artwork.
3tactical, a business that creates digital 3d models of military vehicles.
3oceans, which developed 3D technology for underwater vehicles.
3sp, a mobile 3D platform that offers a wide range of cloud services.
3Vid, a platform for video editing.
3Sight, a commercial software development platform. 42.