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Need an easy as fuck program where I can import 3D models from the web (or make them hella easy) and pretty much drag and drop everything into position, then be able to export it and view it in AR software such as Augment.

Pic related, kinda what i'm looking to make.
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>>562486

"I want to start my own games company. Oh? Coding? 3d Art? Animation? No no nothing like that, i'm the IDEAS MAN!"
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>>562506
Listen, it's for a school project which is completely unrelated to 3DCG, coding, animation, anything like that. I just need a simple program where I can append and merge 3D models with some transformation & movement functionality can u not
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>>562508
if you don't know how to place unity store assets in a game editor then you are punching way above your weight.
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>>562509
Thanks for the hint.
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>>562508
>I just need a simple program where I can append and merge 3D models with some transformation & movement functionality can u not

>run on sentence into 'can you not'

absolute fucking cancer
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>>562508
Pick a different project.
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>>562515

How did you not google and find unreal engine or unity? Honestly some people really need to be spoonfed. Now scram, get off my board!




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