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The VRML File Creator for Chemical Structures is an online service for the generation of VRML scenes from your 2D or 3D data files. It supports over 40 structure file formats and contains also a Molecule editor for structure input. It automatic generates 3D coordinates if not ...
The VRML File Creator for Chemical Structures is an online service for the generation of VRML scenes from your 2D or 3D data files. It supports over 40 structure file formats and contains also a Molecule editor for structure input. It automatic generates 3D coordinates if not contained in the input structure. The service allows the measurement of atom distances, bond angles and torsional angles. It has many display options to control the visual appearance.
It seems as though the VRML File Generator no longer loads. Though the website promises the generation of an image created from over 40 different file, without the generator up and running it is less than usable. Though, if the site is fixed, this would be an excellent online resource for creating VRMLs. There are instructions/examples provided and the service is free (Copyright exists such that one can freely use the images provided by the site, however, not for profit-based projects. In this case the user must get an agreement in writing from the site's creator)