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Wireframe model

In computer graphics, a three-dimensional display consisting of lines or polygons without any surface rendering.
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MetaFlash(tm) is the combination of a flash attachment and powerful software that reconstructs the digital pictures into high-quality, texture-mapped 3-D wire frame models.
Painter 3D is changing the 3-D world by making it possible to paint on wire frame models using digital paintbrushes in 3-D space.
RTG's Trixel technology combines traditional polygon wire frame models with color texture mapping detail into one single file, which is dynamically scaleable on-the-fly.
MGDigitalAtlas -- 700+ maps of the world with 15 to 50 layers of customizable data -- region, continent, country, state, city -- primary geographic layers specially optimized for broadcast display including bolder type and brighter colors -- MGDigitalEarth -- 29 high and low resolution satellite images of the world -- full color, grayscale, topography, bathymetry -- fits with MGDigitalAtlas as a layer for complete geopolitical and topographic view of the world -- MGCartographer -- MAGELLAN Geographix custom cartographic services -- custom Demographic Market Area map built to the specifications of each client station -- OPTIONAL: -- MGeoModel -- 300+ 3-D wire frame models -- region, continent, country, state -- texture map with MGDigitalEarth and MGDigitalAtlas for complete 3-D world view