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OGLE 3D Extractor November 12, 2006

Posted by Unreasonable in Computer Matters, Matters Architectural.
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OGLE is an open source screen capture for 3D. If you are running any OpenGL 3D application in Windows, the data flows between the application and the system’s OpenGL library. OGLE can grab that information and let you use it to do something cool like 3D print it.

OGLE Example

Now I just need one of these ($19,000):

Dimension 3D Printer

::Worldchanging ::OGLE ::Dimension

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1. Copybot Copyright Issues in Second Life « An Unreasonable Man - November 15, 2006

[…] There is a limited quantity of land in Second Life, and it is the main expense. Some people are making their living buying, selling, and renting virtual land. There are also designers selling avatars, clothing, furniture, and anything else they can dream up. There’s even a business in the real world that produces things created in the online world. For about $100, Fabjectory will use OGLE to 3D print a small real life model of a Second Life object. See this post for how its done. […]


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