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3D with AutoIt ?

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cramaboule

Hello all,

Very quick question (I might know the answer but,... we never know !!!)

Is it possible to do 3D with AutoIt, like Sketchup ?

Thanks

Cram

BTW: the new forum look GREAT !!!! Good Job guys !!!

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A. Percy

Try:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=70506

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cramaboule

Thanks to all,...

I had a look at all link you provided:

I was Wondering if it is possible to make a 3D drawing program like blender or Sketchup ?

BUT something simple?

Do you think it's possible ?

complicated ?

will it be slow ?

I d'like to do with AutoIt as I do not know C, C++ , C#.

My aim if ,.... IF possible, is to make a drawing program (open source) for OpenBve for the OpenBve Objects (Developing for openBVE)

What do you think ???

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monoceres

What do you think ???

That if you need to ask those questions then you're not capable to do it.

Could it be done in AutoIt? Yes.

Should it? No.

Would it be slow? Yes.

Is it complex? Really, do you think big companies as google would develop and active market a product that's simple?

As for developing stuff for that program, then I think you will have more success making the objects in a traditional modelling program such as Maya or 3DS Max and then convert the objects into the format that is used by the software.


Broken link? PM me and I'll send you the file!

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