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Thanks for replying. As blender addons are always open source, should there not be a way to extract only the blender addon part that creates the verge3d gltf?
Anyhow, will let you know once we have solved this, any tips from verge3d team would be helpful. Cheers!
Thank you Ivan, exactly what I was looking for.
I get that, and exactly – the bolts (or “screws”) here are isolated from the big model. The screws are what is causing the issue.
Im attaching here a verge3D application I just created from scratch, did nothing but import the bolts. So this file now has the standard environment.hdr etc to light up the scene – yet you can clearly see that it is pitch black on sneak peek or exported to Verge3D gltf.
Let me know if any more questions, Ive worked on about 30 projects professionally using Verge3D since I started about six months ago.
Regarding this matter of compression, what is the current status with Verge3D and Draco compression?
It seems to have such good results so I cant wait until something like this can be done with the tools of Verge3D.
Ok I understand now, it stops working as soon as I load the app inside an iframe..!
Is there perhaps a way of configuring the iframe such that it will allow Verge to go into AR mode?
Update: I am able to enter AR mode successfully when hosted externally when it’s not on that specific page. Trying to investigate if it’s a problem when it’s inside an iframe..
I had to check, and the website URL begins with “HTTPS”
I’m using an iPhone X with Mozilla’s XRViewer app.
The page has a lot of other HTML elements and scripts, I wonder if anything else is blocking the AR functionality somehow..?
I can enter AR mode in your AR-example-app without issues when opening from your link. But when it’s iframed into another site, or hosted on another server I get the AR unavailable message.
Status update: I have now solved this issue.
Apparently, the verge3d app must be hosted in the same origin site as the parent page.
How i did it: I hosted the verge3D app on our Azure server (where the website is hosted) and used that as the source for the iframe.
The issue above was solved by placing the app in a different folder in Azure.
Now there is a new problem: Materials look different, almost completely dark / blacked out.
Chrome says failed to load the environment.hdr-file. Any ideas?
EDIT: This issue was solved by placing the app in a different folder in Azure.