Wondering if Adobe offers a product(s) that allows for real-time rendering and visualization of products in 3D?
I've heard of companies leveraging Scene7 for this in the past, however, I'm having trouble finding anything relevant for that now...
Apologies in advance if this is not the correct forum for this type of post.
no Adobe has nothing that can rendor in real time because you need a Windows system to do that mate
Adobe did demo some tests with Nvidia which impressed everyone that watched them and proved there is nothing to stop Adobe software making 3d, 2d or 4d real time rendors on any Windows system with half decent Gpu... its just one bad Apple spoiling the barrel
they are popping up all the time in response to the market... I know of 5 small teams doing this full time now that have started this year, 3 in Sydney, 1 each in Brisbane and Melbourne but I'm not here to recommend sorry mate
Not sure exactly what level of real time you need. Dimension can export your model to a real time webpage regardless of what platform you're on I believe.
Here's a link I made in Dimension
Full realtime interactivity. If you want something higher end I would look at Sketchfab.
How did you do that? That is exactly what I'm looking for. A client wants to be able to show their product so the user can rotate it, or rotate around it.
Same DoctorZ...went from a personal CCto Corporate and won't let me have my old user name 😐
The example was modeled in 3d Studio Max and then exported into Adobe Dimension. Very easy to setup basic materials and export to a website from there. If your customer has their model already in some 3d format. See if they can give you an obj/fbx/stl file. They can be imported into Dimension. Big models with lots of faces(resolution) can bog Dimension down.
Hope that helps. If you have more questions let me know.
thats a nice way to show your demo to customers after it has been rendored but its not real time... they can not make changes and see how the sign looks in blue or with a different character on the front... the option to spin it around is cool
rendor in 'real time' is Windows systems and the Gpu does the work
I think you might be looking at this at a different angle than me. Most games historically were textured and the animations were rendered in realtime with baked textures. Phones have games that render lights in realtime so your thought that it only can happen on PC's is somewhat flawed. The RTX nVidia processors are nice and do some interesting real time ray tracing but that is not the only definition of realtime. Realtime games have been around for years.
go into a shop, hold up a pair of jeans and say, "how do these look?"
then in the mirror is an image [of you] with the jeans on... this tech is today and its the real time rendor I'm talking about here
how will this fridge look in my kitchen, if we go with blue labels instead of red ones on our products it will look like this etc
games are great but it is not what the guy asked about
I do not see anywhere in his post where he says he needs to dynamically change colors or textures. Again there are many definitions of realtime.