There are 2 file types use the .VOX file extension:
1. Voxlap Voxel Model File
3D model created in the Voxel format ("VOX" for short), a blocky 3D format used by the Voxlap game engine; saves the geometry for a game object, such as a character, building, or a weapon; for used for creating video game models and can be edited with the Slab6 program.
The Voxlap engine was created by Ken Silverman and is available freely. It has been used for creating games such as Ace of Spades, which uses .KV6 files that are based on the VOX format.
NOTE: A voxel (which stands for "volumetric pixel") is a pixel represented as a cube in 3D space. Therefore, voxel models look like they have been built with LEGO blocks when rendered. The Voxlap VOX format is one of many different voxel formats.
Updated: June 6, 2017
2. Dialogic Voice Audio File
Audio file encoded in Dialogic's ADPCM (VOX) format, a format used for saving human speech audio; saves digitized voice data sampled at a low rate; enables the audio data size to be small while still maintaining clarity; used by computer telephony systems.
Updated: August 30, 2016