3DOS

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3DOS is the open source 3d object generating OS from the Grapevine OS group. All help appreciated no experience needed, every developer needed. 3D artists needed, COSMOS developers and C# developers will be in the senior team. Also needed are all other languages for extra progs!

http://3dos.codeplex.com/

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