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Render, Embed and Publish Interactive 3D Objects with Cubize

Robin Good's insight:

Cubize is a web app which allows you to upload standard 3D CAD files and have them rendered as 3D interactive, manipulable objects that can be embedded on any web site.

Supported 3D file formats include:

  • Collada (.dae)
  • Wavefront (.obj)
  • 3DS (.3ds)
  • Lightwave (.lwo)
  • Polygon File Format (.ply)
  • Standard Tessellation Language (.stl)
  • Object File Format (.off)

With Cubize it is also possible to choose how the 3D objects are rendered (materials and textures, shininess, reflectivity, bump maps and more) and displayed in terms of size and aspect ratio, whether they are floating or on the ground, its background and more.

3D objects rendered with Cubize can be annotated, commented, tagged and easily shared on all social media channels.

To run Cubize your browser must support WebGL. Check here for compatibility.

Free plan available.



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Create a Presentation With Curated Social Media Content: Slidestaxx

Create a Presentation With Curated Social Media Content: Slidestaxx | Presentation Tools |

Robin Good: Slidestaxx is a web-based service which allows anyone to easily create a shareable and embeddable visual slide-show by selecting and bringing together existing images, video clips, web sites and other content already available online.

My take: I like the idea of being able to produce presentations that contain properly "credited" third party content, but it would be even better to have these functionality integrated in your existing favorite presentation tool rather than elsewhere.

I think that this curation-presentation format suffers from the natural constraints of how we look at presentations. One slide at a time. I think that any curated-format benefits from providing the possibility to see both the detail and the larger picture and in this case I feel that the ability to see the presentation, also as an album, woud greatly benefit the value and benefits of this tool.

The service is free to use.

See a few examples: 

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Record Voice-Overs for Your Presentations and Publish Them Online: PresentationTube

Record Voice-Overs for Your Presentations and Publish Them Online: PresentationTube | Presentation Tools |

Robin Good: PresentationTube is a Windows PC software plus a web-based service which allows you to record your own screen, add synched voice-over and publish it online.

Key features include:

  • Record your voice in sync with slides
  • Record your webcam video
  • Upload support for PowerPoint files
  • Upload support for video files in .wmv, .flv, or ,avi
  • Whiteboard tools
  • Scrollable sidebar with all slides
  • High-speed video uploader
  • Embed code
  • Share on Facebook and Twitter


Software requirements: 
All versions of MS Windows (XP/Vista/7 32 and 64 bit).

MS PowerPoint® or PowerPoint Viewer 2000/03/07/10
DirectX® 9.0 (if not installed)
K-Lite Codec Pack (recommended for better encoding)

Freeware for personal or educational use only.

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Alaa Sadik's comment, February 23, 2012 2:25 PM
Actually you can record not only voice but even your video view over the slides.
Robin Good's comment, February 23, 2012 2:40 PM
Thanks for mentioning that. I have added it to the features.