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Convert 3DM to VRML with ease and flexibility:

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Software libraries for C#, C++, Java, Javascript and Python.

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Include a wide range of conversion options in your apps:

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Light-weight command-line tool for batch conversions in corporate or cloud environments.

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Batch convert 3DM to VRML files:

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  • generate drawings, from thumbnails to Full HD, with user-defined camera position
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3DM

A 3DM file is a native file format for 3D models in Rhinoceros CAD application software. It contains surface, point and curve information.

3DM files can be exported in both NURBS (non-uniform rational B-spline) and polygon mesh representations, making it possible for other CAD / CAM / CAE / graphic design software to edit those models.

In addition to Rhino CAD software, 3DM files can be opened with Autodesk Fusion 360.

VRML

VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language) was originally known before 1995 as the Virtual Reality Markup Language. It is a standard file format for representing 3-dimensional (3D) interactive vector graphics, designed particularly with the World Wide Web in mind.

VRML is a text file format where, e.g., vertices and edges for a 3D polygon can be specified along with the surface color, UV mapped textures, shininess, transparency, and so on. URLs can be associated with graphical components so that a web browser might fetch a webpage or a new VRML file from the Internet when the user clicks on the specific graphical component. Animations, sounds, lighting, and other aspects of the virtual world can interact with the user or may be triggered by external events such as timers. A special Script Node allows the addition of program code (e.g., written in Java or ECMAScript) to a VRML file.

VRML files are commonly called "worlds" and have the *.wrl extension (for example island.wrl). VRML files are in plain text and generally compress well using gzip, useful for transferring over the internet more quickly (some gzip compressed files use the *.wrz extension). Many 3D modeling programs can save objects and scenes in VRML format.

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