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See Your Blender Scene on your Mobile Phone


option_dialog.gifUsing a Blender python script called m3g_export, you can export Blender scenes in an M3G file format or java class for use with java mobile phones.

This is compatible with j2me and JSR 184: Mobile 3D Graphics API for J2ME

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You need Blender 2.44 and Python 2.5.x

Download the python plugin from here. (right-click SaveAs)

Get further details and instructions here.


  1. Interesting, although I wouldn't be able to run it. But speaking of mobile devices, what happened to PocketBlender? Did it die? The latest version I see is 2.42.

  2. Awesome! I've already run a couple of 3D apps on my phone. I trust this will work. I can't wait to try it out! Good to see it support textures too.

  3. I moved it to /usr/lib/blender/scripts/ but I can't get it in the export list in blender.

    Is there anyone who know why it happends?

  4. that is a really good job.
    by the way. Somebody knows anything about blender/Open gl ES? the last release of python for s60 mobile phones has a opengl ES API but I am struggelling to export blender data into my ps60 scripts.
    Python s60 is sooooo much more convenient than Java in my opinion.

  5. Hi guys,
    I trying to open (M3G) no my mobile (SE K750i) but without textures..Whyt I doing bad?
    Sorry for my bad english but I´m from czech republic.

  6. David D Brown on

    July 19,2008


    I built a very simple 3D character using Blender .
    I want to write a J2ME code to export it to the Sun Emulator for mobile phones.
    Just turn commands using the arrow keys.
    Could you please advise me on how to get started?
    Any information would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank You,


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