Ginka has released his Cal3d Demo for PSP. This is a PSP port of the Cal3d, a skeletal based 3D character animation library written in C++ in a platform/graphic API-independent way. Ginka has made it possible to view the 3D models on the PSP. Currently he only tested this on a 1.50 PSP, and it worked fine. 2.00+ PSP may be able to run it too, but it's up to you to test it out.
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