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    We are planning on creating Verge3d tutorials using the Robot Explorer as the project example.

    There many topics that can be covered. If you have a particular topic you would like us to dive into let us know here so we can add it to our list and we will do our best to cover it. We planning on releasing them in Q2 2023.

    Areas of expressed interest so far:
    – Low Poly Modeling from CAD source
    – Project Planning
    – Annotations
    – Optimization techniques

    If there are others, please let us know.

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    Great idea! I’m sure Verge3D users will appreciate such tutorials! :good: :good: :good:

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    Such a great idea.! I’m very happy to contribute as I can.
    Please cover further areas of AR for android and iOS if possible. All the best for the success of this initiative. Will be helpful for a lot of beginners and it will help Verge 3D reach more enthusiasts like me. Thanks.


    As you know I am also from typical Industry & Engineering domain & working in this “Digital Twin” & Virtual plant simulation subjects.
    I would also be happy to see what I can contribute to this.

    This type of efforts shall take V3D to next level of application in business segments.


    I am parallelly working on one automation system related visualization where I am planning to use V3D also for value addition. I have already suggested my client about the features & advantages of using V3d. If I use it & client allows I shall share that ( partially or fully ) for v3d community here.
    That would be a real business case application.
    Soon I shall have my own copy of V3D as well.


    Nice idea.

    I would love to see a tutorial on how to save state in the browsers URL. So clients can send their configurations to others.


    Great. I’m also looking for more tutorials here. :good:

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