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Vectary is an easy-to-use collaborative online 3D tool where you can make awesome 3D designs. Collaborate with your friends in real time!

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Release notes - Week #42 - 2018

Save as many views as you want with the new Camera add-on. The Depth of Field feature enables you to create beautiful visuals with depth, as if you took the picture with a real camera. The Safe frame now helps you to create perfect compositions. The USDZ preview detects iOS 12…

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What collections would you like to have in Vectary?

Vectary collections are curated sets of assets, materials, and environments that already complement each other and have been designed in the same style. We are looking for creators who'd like to show their unique style in a collection. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2I5pV6X Anything…

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Sketchfab integration

Sketchfab is the largest platform for interactive 3D content in the world. With this integration you not only get hundreds of thousands of Sketchfab 3D models in your Vectary 3D Assets library, but can also send your model to Sketchfab with just one click! More about Vectary's…

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Release notes - Week #38 - 2018

What's new in VECTARY? The last week we have fixed small issues with lights, added new tools to work with normals and option to downscale textures during the export. Also, new AR Quick Look preview page was created for USDZ exported models. Improvements: • New Unify normals tool…

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USDZ converter in Vectary!

Need a free, online and easy USDZ file converter? Vectary is the first online 3D to USDZ converter that is also a 3D design tool for anyone, who wants to learn how to create AR / 3D content. You can start creating from scratch or just convert your existing 3D models (OBJ, STL,…

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Coming soon: export and convert USDZ files!

Vectary will soon be able to export USDZ files ready for the AR kit or AR Quick look. Right now you can export your 3D work as OBJ and create USDZ files by converting OBJ files with a command line tool in Xcode 10. This route is far too complicated for people, who are not…

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