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Woody3D Now Available

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Woody3D Now Available
The Woody3D website is now online. You can now log in to download the Woody3D Tech Demo and the Evaluation kit with demo app and sample source code.
Woody3D offers:
  • Fully animated real-time trees and plants
  • Fast level-of-detail for distant tree rendering
  • Modeling tools for creating and modifying trees
  • Cross platform 32/64 bit libraries for Windows and OS X
  • An ever expanding catalog of tree and plant models
  • Affordable and flexible licensingVisit http://woody3d.com for more details. Licensing information is available at http://woody3d.com/license/
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I really hope to see this used in a large scale commercial project. I love the fact that you've focused so specifically on a single thing and done it so well. Best of luck.

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Your technology is very beautiful; the work you must've put into it really shows.

One thing you might want to reconsider, is forcing people from creating an account to access the free tech demo. I'm not going to give out personal information to test out a demo. I'll sign up to make the actual purchase though.

Really, you want the tech demo to get into as many hands as possible, that way, people will remember something they actually played around with when they actually need the technology. [smile]

Think about it: I have to give my real name and home address? Why do I have to enter my email and password twice?
I have to tell you who I am, and where I live, and agree to not one but two legal agreements before I even get to see your tech demo running on my computer? Nope, sorry.

You need to make the entry level as low as humanly possible for your preview, otherwise you may be turning people away at the door, who might've lead to an actual sale down the road.
If 1 out of 20* people who see your tech demo eventually buy it, then it's better to get your tech demo into 1000 peoples hands, then 100.

*Random numbers - no statistical backing.

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I really hope to see this used in a large scale commercial project. I love the fact that you've focused so specifically on a single thing and done it so well. Best of luck.

Thank you so much for your comments.

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One thing you might want to reconsider, is forcing people from creating an account to access the free tech demo. I'm not going to give out personal information to test out a demo. I'll sign up to make the actual purchase though.

This is so true. I'm not sure what I was thinking. Fixed!

Thank you.

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