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Verge3D now supports Blender 2.80 and EEVEE [$]


soft8soft writes:

Here is a short list of features that we implemented for Verge3D 2.9 for Blender:

  1. Blender 2.80 and EEVEE are now supported!
  2. Postprocessing effects: Bloom, Bokeh / DOF, SSAO, Grayscale, Brightness / Contrast
  3. HDR rendering and HDRi lighting
  4. Scooter customizer! This web app allows you to configure the vehicle that you dreamed of by choosing from 1,000,000+ variants! Check it out.

More details on the release here.

About Author

Soft8Soft is a startup founded by Yuri and Alex Kovelenov in 2017 to provide 3D solutions and services for the Web. The company's main product is Verge3D, an artist-friendly toolkit which leverages Blender and WebGL to create immersive web-based experiences. Verge3D can be used to build interactive animations, product configurators, engaging presentations of any kind, online stores, explainers, e-learning content, portfolios and browser games.


      • Good to read.

        I need to start using this. After shoes of prey announced it was going belly up with the wrong business cost model for shoe customization the use of CG visualization for manufacturing certainly took a hit - this might make many sit up and take note at a better approach - faster churn rate of testing appropriate business models for 3D configurators at low cost and speed. Now everyone can have this capability via a standard modern web browser. Brilliant - freedom to express business ideas, great for the youth of today.

        However the killer application for shifting 3D configurators out of advertorial service side to mainstream production servicing is only as good as getting the business cost use right in this modern age. Many get it horribly wrong. Custom made shoes - crikey ... like what a headache for any hand maker or artisans to contemplate where they need to feel creative as a driver and needed on this planet - that never made sense it was dehumanizing in many respects for the shoe trade and in particular the design trade. But custom made shoes ... hooked into a robot that auto assembles as an extension of any end users desires client side without that ethical artistic conflict center front as a moving principle to test a new paradigm - now that's smarter.

        3D configurators still have a way to go - to gain acceptance outside of a marketing service novelty. The next step must surely be for you people to bolt this onto a robot and build a product remotely that has real meaning to the end consumer. Now that would drive consumption of your tool and make a few eyes pop out.

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