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Creating 3D objects in Excel

Posted on Sunday, March 09 2008 @ 03:03:06 CET by

Gamasutra shows off some of the possibilities of Microsoft Excel's 3D engine. It's not like you'll be able to create kickass games with this but it's pretty cool:
It is understood that Excel is an all-round office tool, but probably it is unknown that it has a bunch of features that makes Excel a high-class 3D graphics engine.

In this article I will demonstrate Excel's arithmetical facilities, the embedded rendering subsystems (there are two of them!) and the revolutionary approach which might just cause a paradigm shift. I hope you will discover that Excel effectively and efficiently incorporates practicality, tons of features, the multi-platform portability and the high performance with the unique and futuristic 3D engine features.
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