POV-Ray (Persistence of Vision Raytracer): This is a high-quality, totally free tool for creating stunning
three-dimensional graphics. It is available in official versions for Micro$oft
Windows 3.1/Win32s and Windows 95/NT, DOS, the Macintosh, i86 Linux, SunOS, and
Amiga. The source code is available for those wanting to do their own ports. Last modification on September 6 1999.
Amapi: This is a X11-based program for 3D modeling. Capabilities are Nurbs,
boolean operations, filetting, smoothing, unfolding... It exports and imports
many file formats like 3DS, IGES, DXF, POV3.0... Last modification on December 12 2000.
GOOD: software environment for interactive programming of 3D graphics. Last modification on January 12 1995.
AC3D: simple to use 3D modeller. Last modification on December 20 2000.
Rayshade: a system for generating ray-traced images. Last modification on July 11 1997.
BMRT: The Blue Moon Rendering Tools (BMRT) are a collection of rendering
programs which adhere to the RenderMan(R) interface standard (RenderMan is a
registered trademark of Pixar). Last modification on December 6 2000.
Giram: Giram is a modeller, written in GTK+ Last modification on September 10 2000.
Scene: Inventor and VRML toolkit. Last modification on May 3 1999.
mg^2: 3D modeller for X11 using Gtk, Glib, Imlib, Gtk glarea, andMesa/OpenGL Last modification on November 7 1999.
qrend: Minimalist raytracer Last modification on May 4 1999.
Extreme Wave: A libre 3d modeler being developed for Linux. Last modification on August 6 2000.
RenderDotC: RDC is a RenderMan(R)-compliant photorealistic rendering toolkit Last modification on January 13 2000.
g3d: 3D polygonal modeler built with Gtk+ Last modification on July 18 1999.
povfront: GTK+ graphical interface for povray Last modification on December 30 2000.