There are high-res 2d images i do have, used in our print catalog. we do not have cad drawings
We want to offer a rotatable/interactive experience on our website, so a customer can click on a part, and then rotate it through 360deg, zoom, pan, etc.
We prefer a no-download solution (i.e. java) but welcome your input, including using a solidworks format. this is a marketing project, we do not need engineering-exact modeling
roll your mouse and cursor around- you can see the easy rotation of the part! this is what we hope to achieve in our catalog
image can be rotated 360 deg
and you have a finished picture!
example can be viewed at
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there are hundred of images i do [url removed, login to view] quote per image
Most imp thing is i would like to see a demo --like---
an 2d image => converted to 3d and viewed in a browser and can be rotated in 360 degrees by mouse rollover.
thanx for the bi and messages.
i am adding a zip file which contains some of the images from the list of 500.
taking the medium level of complexity state how much time an image will take to convert to 3d & rotation in the browser.(approxmately)
This will definitely help u to go for the demo & bid on the project.
thanx & regards
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