These are also available here in a nice page of "jumps" to VRML format.
The UC Berkeley WalkThru System navigates this model in real time. It has also been the subject of a radiosity computation using a novel external-memory radiosity algorithm; one radiosity-rendered office is included here.
You can also explore the real building, which has since been built.
Both building models are in the UniGrafix (human-readable) file format, developed by Carlo Séquin and others at Berkeley.
Here is a UniGrafix format model of all floors of MIT's Technology Square, home of LCS and the AI Lab.
Hundreds of polyhedra from netlib, and unix-based tools for translating among file formats. Also in vrml!
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