The July 2010 release of 3D Rad comes with a kit and new editor functionality that allows you to export and deploy combined items of a project as an addon that other users can add to their projects as an unique, ready-to-use resource.
A small library of free addons is already available at 3DRad.com, with a step-by-step tutorial about how to create your own addons and distribute them either as freeware or commercial products.
This month also sees version 6.45 of 3D Rad, which brings a new object allowing autonomous path finding without the need of navigation maps, waypoints or any other kind of pre-calculated data, becoming public and available for download at the 3D Rad website.
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 7/Vista/XP.
Ideal for CG artists and non-coders, but flexible enough to meet the needs of expert developers as well.