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Mar 16, 2007



Maybe something's happened since Adobe first came out with their 3D-capable PDF, but wasn't that thing effectively doing my applications like OGLE does: ripping the tesselated data out of the screen information? Sure seemed that way when I read into what they were actually doing.

Clarification on this or a pointer elsewhere would be appreciated. Thanks.

Gary D'arcy


It is a sad day when a reporter crosses
the line.
What used to be credible cannot be trussed
even if it is true!

I note your enthusiastic reporting!

Gary D'Arcy.

Bob Bean

You're right CSVEN 3D pdf v7 contained tesselated (polygon) data only. Acrobat V8 due out shortly contains the 3D B-REP model also.

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