It's easy to add an 'Export to PDF3D" feature to applications by using the cross-platform multi-language PDF3D-SDK. This video gives an introduction to the developer toolkit with demonstrations on how to integrate 3D PDF export into your applications, and share 3D with remote clients and team members using the free Adobe Reader.
PDF3D SDK enables the export of complex 3D data into rich, interactive, highly compressed, interactive 3D PDFs that anyone can share and read. The toolkit gives you the freedom to use anything from a simple "Save to 3D PDF" button to a fully featured wizard menu. If you're working in C#, C++, Java, or Python, and have 3D data to publish, PDF3D-SDK is ready to use out-of-the-box.
Hooking up your 3D content to the SDK is well supported at both low-level "RAW" data structures as well as high-level scene-graph and over 70 file formats. In fact, diverse 3D formats can be merged together with animation, camera paths, and custom scene control menus if needed. Full integration with traditional PDF publishing is supported through 3D injection and PDF templates styles.
Visit PDF3D.COM (pdf3d.com) to review SDK features for yourself, request a web session with our technical team, or demo and start generating 3D PDF reports today!