I read somewhere it was based in Unreal Engine. I use Twinmotion, but handing this out to clients for them to play might be nice.
I might have written that somewhere on this forum, but it actually uses the Unity 3D game engine
Anyway, SketchUp models have a lot more textures available then Tekla structures
You can also do this with the Animator plugin while using some rendering software and their textures/materials unless you are saying with Trimble Connect you are not viewing the animation as a video.
Am I missing something?
Well, the video shows the animation I created in the desktop app (Trimble Connect for windows) while viewing a whole folder of models)!) in less than two minutes.
OK - I messed up. Sorry…
How do you share that with a client that doesn’t have TC ?
It can export png’s but not the animation itself, though you can create a screenrecording, offcourse.
If you invite the client to the project, you can share the 3D models and data.
Yes I was aware of sharing the model, was hoping there was a way to share the rendered model in the same way. Currently using Twinmotion Presenter, I can send a client a link which they can open in a browser and explore a rendered model, pan, orbit zoom, etc. Only draw back is 2GB size limit and only 720P
Just kidding here, the visualiser uses Nintendo’s 3D Game engine ‘Unity’, not sure if it will get developed in the direction that Twinmotion is heading.
I just like a ‘one button’ rendering solution
Would suggest that people want to present their models on the Web take a look at Shapespark. It has some really interesting features including interactivity and all the viewer needs is a browser.