Verge3D 3.0 for 3ds Max Released

Verge3D 3.0 for 3ds Max Released

Here is the 3ds Max version of the major Verge3D 3.0 release! It brings App Manager and Puzzles overhaul and the upgraded templates for applications. The App Manager now can upload application archives, move apps to system Trash, pick up the user-defined folder with apps. The layout of the Puzzles has been rebuilt for more work space. We also introduce the dark theme - a feature which was asked for a lot. And the last but not least, Oculus Quest is now supported together with its mighty controllers. New Look of the App Manager The list of applications obtained a…
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Verge3D 2.14 for 3ds Max Released

Verge3D 2.14 for 3ds Max Released

The 3ds Max counterpart of version 2.14 is available! It brings AR, morph targets, a new demo showing how parametric models can be implemented in real-time, puzzles for loading fonts, for generating textures from text and for converting images to normal maps on the fly. This update also includes several newly supported settings such as Physical Camera Exposure Control, vignetting effect and others. Augmented Reality in the Browser You can make your web apps AR-capable thanks to tireless WebXR working group now stabilizing the specification. The AR feature which can be enabled in the recently released Chrome 76 for Android.…
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Verge3D 2.14 for Blender Released

Verge3D 2.14 for Blender Released

With this release we ship AR support, morph target controls and a parametric models demo, font loading and texture-from-text features, normal map generator and many other things useful for 3D Vergers! Augmented Reality in the Browser You can make your web apps AR-capable thanks to tireless WebXR working group now stabilizing the specification. The AR feature which can be enabled in the recently released Chrome 76 for Android. Read more about AR and how to enable it from our blog article, or run the AR demo by clicking the image below. In addition to the demo described in that blog…
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Augmented Reality in the Browser

Augmented Reality in the Browser

We are excited to inform you that augmented reality is finally coming to the Web! The AR feature can now be enabled in the recently released Chrome 76 for Android. And what is even more exciting, you can now create web-based AR content in an artist-friendly style. You can do interactivity, animation, sounds - something that goes way beyond primitive AR web viewers offered nowadays. All this is now available to AR content creators empowered by Verge3D! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92AMh4vV4zw Users can immerse themselves into AR with a mobile device capable of running ARCore aka Google Play Services for AR (same backend used by once popular Pokémon…
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