Anyone tried Equinox3d?

Discussion in 'Unix, Mac, & BSD (3D)' started by j^aws, Apr 9, 2005.

  1. j^aws

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    It's not available for windows, my linux partition is fried and it's not out/finished for Mac OSX yet... :p

    http://www.equinox3d.com/index.html

    So anyone tried it...thoughts?
     
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    I'll give it a wank when the OS X version is available...
     
  3. j^aws

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    Ewwww!

    IIRC, is that why you bought that "big red foam finger"?! :p

    *your old sig*

    I'm too lazy to get Linux sorted again so I'll prolly wait for OSX too...
     
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    Wake me up when there's a windows version.
     
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    When the OSX version is out I will give it a try. At the moment the only reason I still use my PC is for 3D studio max, I wouldn't mind trying a simle alternative for a few days.

    The modelling in the gallery looks a little simplistic but the image quality looks ok. Personally I'm looking for a faster radiosity/photo mapping render as that is what I am really focusing on right now, it just makes things look so real!
     
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