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Software News : 3D Stars Released
Posted by BillE on 2009/12/24 23:00:00 (671 reads) News by the same author
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Forget Hyperion's most ambitious project there is something much more exciting right here right now!

Yes, 3D Stars has been released and is available on OS4 Depot and Aminet.

Using accurate stellar distance data derived from the Hipparcos satellite, you are able to make an interstellar journey at warp speeds far beyond the solar system.


If you happen to have any red-blue or red-green 3D glasses then switch to stereo viewing mode to view your stellar neighbourhood in glorious 3D.


Download 3D Stars from
OS4 Depot and Aminet.


For further information visit http://www.digitaluniverse.org.uk/3dstars


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