Sunday, December 25, 2011

Display 3D Models Directly In Your Web Browser (p3d.in)



My first embeded 3D models using P3D.in Go here to set up your own account to start sharing your models.



7 comments:

Jaun Raza said...

holy freakin shit! this is so cool! thanks for sharing, I had no idea you could display 3d models like this! awesome stuff!!!

Gabriel Olson said...

Yeah, this is pretty rad.

Rafael said...

Really Neat stuff Nick, I've just send an email to Daniel, the guy behind p3D with some ideas.

Keep at it

Anonymous said...

Amazing!.... but how do you embed it?

Hellboy said...

This is really cool! But how do you managed to include a light source and leave auto rotation as default?

I'd appreciate if you tell me about it please!

Thanks! :)

NickZuccPortfolio said...

@ hellboy, there are options on the left hand side. If you view on their website, every time you change a view option the URL will change. I baked all the lighting information to a texture using Maya. I then set the shade option on the web 3d tool to be 100 percent ambient lit and turned the spin option on. Then I grabbed the embed code and posted to my blog! Good luck with everything! :)

Anonymous said...

some of them 3d web viewers dont work with a lot of browser's
try this one its free, just click the (David)banner>download >bottom of the page >mesh2flash
http://3d-model-designer-warehouse.com/btn-obj-control.html