Matt L.

//Matt L.
Matt L.2018-07-27T18:44:40+00:00

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  • Matt L.
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    Hi Steph,
    to import 3D models from c4D into ARaction there are two possibilities:
    a) You can prepare them in c4d, and export them (even with animations and textures) to FBX. Then in ARaction you can import them and decide, if the animations will be played back automatically or with a button. You can even add an mp3 file that will be played back together with your fbx animation. Of course non-animated FBX files work as well.
    b) If you want to have interactive 3D Models that react on certain user interactions and show special behaviour, then you have to prepare a unity3d package and load that into ARaction. You can import c4d files into Unity3D but you need advanced knowledge in Unity3D to set everything up correctly. We will publish a tutorial on how too prepare unity3d packages for ARaction soon. You will find it in the Online Documentation then.
    Hope this helps!
    Cheers,
    Matt

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    Matt L.
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    Hi Steph,
    at the moment we are working to implement ARCore support. We plan to finish this in Q1 2018. Please have a look here to find out more detailed information about device compatibility: System requirements
    Thanks for your interest in ARaction!
    Cheers, Matt

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