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Way to create interactive 3d models for display on a website?

Way to create interactive 3d models for display on a website?

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Our marketing guys want to create interactive (pan/tilt/rotate/zoom) 3d models of our products and display them on the web.  Is this possible to do with Autodesk Product Design Suite 2012 Premium or will they need to use some other product as well?   

RE: Way to create interactive 3d models for display on a website?

You can embed DWF files in a web page, or you can take a look at the Autodesk labs "Freewheel" project - have to admit, it's been a while since I've looked a Freewheel so it may not still be around but DWF is.

Failing all that, you might be able to embed a 3D PDF.

HTH
Todd

RE: Way to create interactive 3d models for display on a website?

(OP)
Thanks for the reply.  After I posted this message, they began looking into the 3D PDF option, I'll let them know about Freewheel as well.

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