WRL is an extension of the VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language) format, which enables browser plugins to display virtual reality environments.
The WRL file contains data about the coordinates of the initial viewpoints, vertices and faces, as well as surface colors, transparency, textures, etc.
The WRL format is saved in ASCII text format and can be opened with various CAD programs such as Parallel Graphics Cortona3D Viewer and IMSI Design TurboCAD.
A DGN file is a 2D/3D drawing created by MicroStation or Intergraph Interactive Graphics Design System. Such files are typically used to save designs for construction projects for highways, bridges, and buildings.
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