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Companies team on 3D game software

Software makers 3Q and Haptek announced a partnership Wednesday to produce applications that will allow PC game players to create 3D images of themselves that can be used in popular games. Atlanta-based 3Q already makes software that allows game players to copy their facial characteristics on a character. Combining 3Q's Clone Generator software with Santa Cruz, Calif.-based Haptek's People Putty will allow for the creation of more lifelike custom characters that can be added to games such as "Quake III," the companies said in a statement.

Software makers 3Q and Haptek announced a partnership Wednesday to produce applications that will allow PC game players to create 3D images of themselves that can be used in popular games. Atlanta-based 3Q already makes software that allows game players to copy their facial characteristics on a character. Combining 3Q's Clone Generator software with Santa Cruz, Calif.-based Haptek's People Putty will allow for the creation of more lifelike custom characters that can be added to games such as "Quake III," the companies said in a statement.