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Blender is a free and open source software for 3D modeling, animation, rendering, post-production, interactive creation and playback. Available for all major operating systems under the GNU General Public License.


3D Animation and Rendering Software

Developer: The Blender Foundation
License: GPL


  • Revolutionary non-overlapping and non-blocking UI delivers unsurpassed workflow.
  • A range of 3D object types including polygon meshes, NURBS surfaces, bezier and B-spline curves, metaballs, vector fonts.
  • Very fast inbuilt raytracer
  • Realtime 3D/Game Creation

For a more in depth list of details visit the :: Features page.


Blender is a full functional integrated 3D creation software suite. It lets users create high quality 3D graphics, movies and replay real-time, interactive 3D content. Over the last decade, Blender has evolved as an in-house tool for a leading European animation studio. Blender is powerful technology used for creating broadcast quality 3D content.

  • Architectural/Industrial applications
  • Web Design
  • Branded Advertainment
  • Character Animation
  • e-commerce
  • Product Modeling
  • e-learning applications
  • e-marketing
  • Presentations
  • Post-production/Visual Effects

See also

GIMP, create some of your own textures with this open source image editor.

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