Lab3D is now Release Candidate. I am currently working to develop the online documentation.

This is a video that shows some animations included in Lab3D. Make sure to visit the Gallery.

And you can find the software here:

Download Lab3D

For your convenience, the topics have been grouped by difficulty level in a color scale:

Level: easy;
Level: intermediate;
Level: difficult.

Lab3D Documentation

1 – Installation guide;
2 – Basics;
3 – Stereoscopy;
4 – WiiMote interaction;
5 – Creating Lab3D models: static and dynamic;
6 – Creating Lab3D simulations;
7 – Gallery.

8 thoughts on “Lab3D”

  1. Hi there,

    I am a research student at the university of Manchester currently looking for software that would allow me to view 3D objects in quad buffer and your software best suit our needs.I am wondering if you are planning to sell this product how much would it be about for educational uses? Also, will more types of file formats besides just OBJ be supported?

    Kind regards,


    1. Hi Benjamin!
      Sorry, I forgot to re-add a license page after we migrated.
      Basically it would say that you can use it in any way you want. We would be glad if you just remember to put a reference to us.

      We are not working on it for now, but it is possible the we can improve it in the future.

      Best regards!

  2. Hi Edmund,

    Thank you for answering! I will make sure to tell my professor to put in a reference if when he uses your program in lectures. Oh that’s even better! Thank you!

    Kind regards,


    1. Hey Mark, we are glad that you can get some help from us.

      Thanks for noticing the wrong link, I have corrected it now.

    1. It isn’t.
      “Please notice that Lab3D is not a CAD/CAM/3D modelling software.

      Lab3D is a 3D laboratory for experimenting with 3D equations and models.”

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