Adobe has already discontinued its sale and support of its 3D technology software Adobe Atmosphere. The application, informally called Atmo, is created for 3D computer graphics interactions. You can explore the 3D models created commercially using a free browser plug-in in Internet Explorer called Adobe Atmosphere Player. Adobe Systems bought the original development 3D Anarchy from Attitude Software that relied on IRC for its chat functions.
The main components of the worlds are primitives characterized by parameters such as walls, floors and cones that can be given an image-based texture or solid color or subtractive. Subtractive [invisible] primitives can cut holes on other primitives to create more complex shapes. Animated polygon meshes are also components of Atmosphere worlds.
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