Unity 3D artist on the cutting edge of 3D printing
Unity 3d artists are making incredible progress with 3D printer technology.
The team at Unity 3DP has been working on the new 3D rendering pipeline that can be used to create realistic 3D objects.
Unity 3DP is also one of the first companies to develop the Unity VR framework.
It provides a common framework to build virtual reality content with high performance, low latency and cross-platform compatibility.
The 3DP team recently released a video that shows off how 3D printers work, using the Unity framework.
This rendering pipeline has already made Unity 3 DP’s VR platform look impressive, but it’s also capable of delivering high quality images at a very affordable price.
3DP CEO Mike Fettig says that the company plans to release a more comprehensive platform for VR content in the near future.
The team is working to add support for all the new VR headsets that are expected to hit the market this year.
For now, the team is using Unity 3DKX for its VR platform.
3DK is a lightweight version of Unity that supports the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Sony PlayStation VR.
Fettig also said that Unity 3DL has an API for the 3D graphics pipeline.
He said the team will be working on new versions of the API as they continue to improve the technology.
It’s hard to believe that Unity, one of those great development tools that has so much potential for VR, has already come so far, but the team behind Unity 3DM says they’re on track to deliver VR content with the same quality as other VR software.
The next step is to work on bringing Unity 3DS to the desktop, Fettie said.
That will bring the entire 3D modeling engine, lighting, and particle system to the Unity platform, and allow users to easily create high-end 3D models.