The May 2010 release of 3D Rad brings unique features to easily synchronize visuals processed on client PCs with visuals processed on the server, and also process, on the server, input controls operated by remote users on client PCs.
Adding multiplayer capabilities to your 3D Rad project is now as easy as binding visuals and input event controllers on server and clients by specifying matching identification numbers in an input box. No coding required.
This update also improves other important no-coding aspects of 3D Rad, like the ability to create run-time clones of objects without scripting.
3D Rad is a freeware, user-friendly 3d editor with a straightforward developing workflow and ready-to-use physics simulation. You can use it to create any sort of stand-alone, interactive 3d project for Windows Vista/XP.
Ideal for CG artists and non-coders, but flexible enough to meet the needs of expert developers as well.