|Stable release||0.9.3 / October 31, 2007|
Revolution3D is a 3D graphics engine developed by VirtualART. It is free for non-commercial and commercial use and uses DirectX 9.0. The project was started in 1998 by Simon Theophil and competed with the engine Truevision3D. Revolution3D can be used with C++, C#, Visual Basic, Java and Python.
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