If you are looking for 3D Rad, you have come to the right place. We explain what 3D Rad is and point you to the official download.
What is 3D Rad?
This software is available for both non-commercial and commercial usage. Users can click on the ‘Download’ button to start the download. When prompted, they can select ‘Run’ to start with the installation. They need to keep in mind that they also need to authorize this installation, which will depend on their security settings. A zipped version of the similar file is also available. Also accessible is an older version of 3D Rad, which uses ODE instead of NVidia PhysX for physics simulation, including .exe and .zip. 3D Rad contains sample projects which can show users how to deliver, in real time, on a remotely controlled PC, a simulation processed on a local machine. It will also teach users how to trade textual strings between connected computers, as well as how to download artwork from a remote server to update the 3D world, run-time.
3D Rad is equipped with combined unified shaders, which are built to integrate smoothly, in order to make setting-up eye-catching scenes easier. Also included are pre-made natural environment elements, a snap-together road system, as well as other helpful resources given by the community. Adding CPU controlled care to a project is simple as plugging a special object to their virtual cars.
Download 3D Rad from the developer
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Download 3D Rad (external link)
File types supported by 3D Rad
Our users primarily use 3D Rad to open these file types:
About file types supported by 3D Rad
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Last updated: : September 9, 2014