Ever feel like knocking out some quick 3D modeling while on the bus, or in the park, or maybe waiting for your next class to start? If so, you’re in luck, because iTracer, a 3D modeling and rendering app for the iPad and iPhone, allows you to do just that. It’s $5 in the app store, and in our time spent with it, the program’s proven to be pretty robust. Definitely worth a peak if you like to create on the go.
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