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3DMarker is a tool for the tagging of sections in 3D models.

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3DMarker is a tool for the tagging of sections in 3D models. It is the ideal complement to improve your identification skills.

With 3DMarker you can choose sections of a model and assign them a name and a description. The program includes the Ask Me! mode, a tool with a great pedagogical value: once your sections are named, the users can test their knowledge by identifying the model sections. This function is particularly useful in many different scopes like biology, medicine or engineering.

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  • PLY file support (Only ASCII).
  • Different visualization modes: Points, lines, polygons and wired polygons.
  • Ask Me! mode can help you to memorize parts of model.
  • Free Software under GPL version 3 license. QT and OpenGL based.
  • Compatible with Mac, Linux and windows.


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