The common application occasions of Material3d include product demonstration, scientific simulation, virtual reality, 3d user interaction for companies, researchers, students or educational institutes, and so on.
A lot of basic 3d objects, such as spheres, tubes, torus, lathes, extudes, texts, lines and particles, are provided. Construction of a scene and manipulation of 3d objects is easy, just by drag and drop with transform controls. By modifying parameters, 3d objects could be modified, moved, rotated or scaled precisely.
Materials, with various settings including colors, textures, environment maps, reflection and so on, make the appearance of 3d objects more realistic.
Animations, such as transformations, change of colors, could be applied to 3d objects.
Force fields, such as Newton Force, Collision, provide another convient way to produce animations with physical simulation.
Interactions, such as mouse move, click, VR handle button press, could be directly added to the scene to control animations, force fields and running of custom scripts.
Base on its good extendibility, more and more objects, materials, animations and forcefields will be added into Material3d libraies to make it more and more powerful.
External links and 3rd party services
The plugin contains a few external links to https://material3d.net on “M3d scenes” and “Help/Support” pages.
on the “M3d scenes” page, examples are listed linking to the gallery of https://material3d.net.
on the “Help/Support” page, there are a few links of tutorials and documentation and a question form redirecting to https://material3d.net.
The scenes created with the settings using Material3d.net libraries will import these libraries from https://material3d.net.
All libraries on Material3d.net are free to use except for some customized libraries required by users.
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How to create a 3d scene
See https://material3d.net/forum.php to learn how to build a 3d solar system.
See https://material3d.net/documentation.html for detail.
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Contributors & Developers
“Material3d” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- First public release.