OGLE: The OpenGL Extractor

Posted Jan 24th 2006 6:50PM by Jordan Running
Filed under: Windows, Open Source


OGLE, which stands for OpenGL Extractor, is an app from Eyebeam R&D that captures 3D models from any OpenGL app. It's like a screen capture program that works in 3D. Its makers have used it with SecondLife, World of Warcraft, and Google Earth to export 3D models of characters, creatures, and entire cities. They've even used it to create real, physical models of WoW characters. which is pretty brilliant if you ask me. Click through to the OGLE site for much more information, screenshots, and the free Windows download.

[Via Boing Boing]

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