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Dimpress 3D – Sliding Panels – First Results

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Three months has passed and there Dimpress 3D got his first cute face! We’ve developed a plugin structure and a plugin that describes a model for 3D presentations called Sliding Panels. The user interface needs a lot of improvements and we are working on that.In the next weeks we’ll present our solution in the college. After that we are free for free it. =)

Below is a picture that describes the process of using Dimpress 3D.

1 – Selection for presentation model.
2 – Definition of presentation content.
3 – Presentation Generation!
4 – Showing Presentation!

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