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Rhinoceros, commonly called Rhino, is a commercial application software for 3D modeling of sculptured surfaces (free form) made by Robert McNeel & Associates, a Seattle based company in Washington, USA. It is normally used for industrial design, architecture, naval design, jewel design, automotive design, CAD / CAM, rapid prototyping, reverse engineering and communication design. In Rhino, all geometric entities are represented by NURBS (acronym of Non Uniform Rational B-Splines). Very simply, NURBSs are a mathematical representation by which you can accurately define 2D and 3D geometries such as lines, bows, and freeform surfaces. Plugins developed by McNeel include Flamingo (rendering raytrace), Penguin (non photorealistic rendering) and Bongo. There are hundreds of third-party plug-ins available for Maxwell Render, V-Ray and others. CAM and CNC milling machines are also available, such as madCAM and RhinoCAM, allowing drawing of tracks directly within the program. Like many modeling applications, Rhino also has a Visual Basic based scripting language and an SDK that allows you to read and write files directly to Rhino. Rhinoceros 3D has been successful as an architectural design program in part thanks to the Grasshopper plug-in for parametric design, nowadays increasingly used by architecture studios. Its growing popularity is based on its diversity, multidisciplinary functionality, its low learning curve, relatively low cost, and the ability to export files to more than thirty different formats, making it a real and effective conversion tool within a workflow.