[Flash Tutorial] Displaying 3d textured models on the website (Esquimo used)

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Displaying 3d textured models on the website (Esquimo used)
This tutorial shows the workflow of building a web page with interactive 3d model viewer. Making the viewer in Esquimo is almost a one-step process which results an SWF file…



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