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A question for all you plussers.
I have searched Google but could not find anything quick, so figured I would do a shout out to see if any of you have any idea as to how I could do the following.

1. I want to be able to show 3d cad models with Google Docs.

I can use the tools and scripting to create a project interface, and can with some effort show the mechanical drawings in 2d, but nothing in 3d.

Yes, I could use Sketchup and upload but it is not integrated with Google Docs, nor is it with G+.

Obviously Google supports Collada within the KML file structure, is there any way to get Google Docs to recognize?

Would also be nice in G+.

It would be nice to be able to collaborate with 3d models, and do presentations, and what ifs in real-time.

I am determined to get an open and free PLM system up and running with Google Docs. If anyone is interested in helping or just brainstorming on it please let me know.
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How about using stenography in image files? Store texture data as part of the image file and use stenography to store the 3D data inside the texture data. Use javascript to extract the two and render in WebGL.
 
Or, use CSV or XML and WebGL for 3D data in a google document and include images for texture data.
 
It seems like it can be done, with a lot of duct tape. :)
eh javascript same thing.
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