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Which format is the Best for 3D models?

January 14, 2015 - 6:32am #1

Hi ,

 

I am new to vuforia & unity 3d engine however I have used tools such as aurasma, so I am familar with the concept.

 

Does anyone out there know the best file format to use for 3D models?

 

As Aurasma requires a specfic file type with specific features ( e.g .dae file)

pologon count etc.

Is it possible to use a 3D pdf file?

 

Any Help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Cheers Ben

 

 

Which format is the Best for 3D models?

January 16, 2015 - 12:52am #4

This is up to you; you can start a project from scratch and gradually integrate the Vuforia code and artifcats that you need, or you can also start from one of the Vuforia Samples and build on top of them (which is maybe an easier option), or simply take inspiration from the Samples structure and try to reproduce something similar.

 

 

Which format is the Best for 3D models?

January 16, 2015 - 12:49am #3

Thanks for getting back to me Alessandro I will check that out, I have a quick question for you although unrelated.

To publish the AR content once created , Do I need to design my own App?

Or Is there a base app template provided by vuforia I can use?

Thanks for you help.

Ben

 

 

Which format is the Best for 3D models?

January 16, 2015 - 12:26am #2

Two commonly used formats in Unity are "FBX" and "OBJ"; but it may be a good idea to search more information on 3D formats in the Unity3D forum...

 

 

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