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3D modeller

Moonlight3D is a modeller for 3-dimensional art. It supports Nurbs- and Bezier curve based modelling and many basic shapes (such as Box, Sphere, Cylinder, Plane, Cone and Torus) as well as many texture, material and light parameters, that can be rendered using the inbuilt raytracing-renderer. You can even create objects using Extrusion, Revolution or Skin-, Sweep-, Soft- and BiRail-Surfaces. You can import models using the DXF and 3DS standards, and export to RIB, DXF, VRML, Rayshade, and POV.


User tutorials available in HTML format from


Download version 0.5.5 (stable)
released on 16 October 2002

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LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
GPLv2Janet Casey7 August 2002

Leaders and contributors

Stephane Rehel Contributor
Patrick Mauritz Maintainer

Resources and communication

Audience Resource type URI
Bug Tracking,Developer,Support Forum

Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Required to build gcc 2.8.1 or later
Required to use zlib-1.0.4 *or* 1.1.2
Required to build GNU make
Required to use freetype-1.0
Required to use tiff-3.4
Required to use Mesa-2.6 *or* Mesa-3.0beta
Required to use jpeg-v6b
Required to use GLTT-2.1

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 4 May 2005.


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