Google launches Web site for the construction of three-dimensional cut-outs using cut “Lego”

Jan

29

2014

Google launches Web site for the construction of three-dimensional cut-outs using cut “Lego”
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Announced “Google” for the launch of a website allows the use of cut and diced company “Lego” LEGO default to build shapes and three-dimensional models on the Internet.

And launched the “Google” name “by my son Chrome” on the website, BulidWithChrome.com, a site that takes advantage of the capabilities of the browser “Chrome” to support applications developed on the basis of three-dimensional graphics technology OpenGL.

The company explained, via the official blog, using a technique that OpenGL user can build forms and three-dimensional cut-outs on the Internet, in real time, using cubes and cut “Lego”, without the need for any software only browser “Chrome”.

The “Google” that the site supports the work with the browser “Chrome” dedicated to desktops and laptops, where is controlled in the construction process by using the “mouse”, also supports the work with the browser “Chrome” for smart phones and computers tablet where control in the construction process by using the touch screen .

The site is divided “by my son Chrome” into three sections, the first to start building shapes and three-dimensional models, and the second to learn how to use the construction site, with respect to the third section displays the most of what has been built by users.

The “Google” allow network users to “Google Plus” do not log on to their accounts via the new website, to share what they built it on their friends and on their pages in the personal social network.

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