Congrats on the new release Ian
For those looking for a PDF SDK that’s integrated with OSG you cannot go better than this, the software is great and easy to use and we have been using it for 2+ years now and the team behind it are highly respsonsive to help and possible feature enhancements
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From: [mailto:] On Behalf Of Ian Curington
Sent: Sunday, February 12, 2012 9:07 AM
Subject: [ANN] [ANN] PDF3D toolkit includes advanced OpenSceneGraph integration for technical publishing
PDF3D® toolkit includes advanced multi-platform OpenSceneGraph integration for technical publishing. The PDF3D® software development toolkit from Visual Technology Services includes multi-platform integration for OpenSceneGraph 3.0.1 applications. Systems using interactive high performance OpenSceneGraph-based applications can integrate PDF3D, capturing live models to interactive 3D PDF documents. Sharing and distributing interactive documents improves collaboration, communication and effectiveness of distributed teams. These documents let anyone with the free Adobe® Reader easily rotate, pan, zoom, select parts, review annotations and play back animation without requiring access to the original application.
Sequences of files using database loaders are used to create 3D flip-book movies with playback controls embedded in the PDF page. The PDF3D export is available as a toolkit for interactive applications, server-based conversions, or within the PDF3DReportGen desktop application. Development environments include Microsoft® Windows Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010, Linux and Apple MacOSX®. Assembly part dimensioning annotations (PMI) and view selection part-level visibility enhance the technical information content for reporting documentation. Large models benefit from highly compressed ISO-24517-1:2008 PDF/Engineering PRC encoding methods and 64-bit support.
PDF3D is by Visual Technology Services Ltd.
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