Virtual Products. One of the most exciting and applicable uses for Acrobat3D is the virtualization of products using photoreal 3D real-time rendering. A product can literally be recreated in i3D in under 128 Kilobytes of data and be fully functional as well as appearing to be interactive video, but is actually being rendered to the screen in real-time under the control of the interactive programming logic and User Interface code.

Technology Visualizations. Another creative usage of the Acrobat 3D capabilities of current Acrobat Reader 9 would be the visualization of proprietary technologies, work processes, or patents, using i3D to simulate concepts down to a molecular scale, or to replicate engineering constructs in more common dimensions, such as inches or feet.

Training Simulations. Acrobat 3D is a logical fit for creating photoreal training simulations that replicate real-life work processes and/or virtual instructions to an amazing degree of accuracy. This technology blows away every other technology (Flash/PowerPoint) out there for interaction, immersive exploration, fun and e-learning.

BrandGames & AdverGaming. By leveraging the internal programming language inside of Adobe Acrobat Pro V9 and Acrobat 3D, complete BrandGames and/or AdverGames can be created within a 100% viral environment [PDF] in less than 128KB of .PDF filesize.

Work Process Reproduction. i3D can also be useful for documenting and demonstrating various work processes within a secure, publishable digital file format.