Have you tried the Webviewer yet? How do you like it?
Wow! How to ?That is a cool feature for showing others your projects…
Just saw the early adopter signup and applied, this is an amazing feature wow!
For simple models it seems to work great but I have a complex model that it can’t create and then cycles through about 20 pop up messages saying it failed.
@Bizzaro That Bronica camera is hardly a simple model, I’d say hundreds of parts there.
Can someone post the link to try this please?
If you update the app to 5.230, you will have it’s early access version available.
I do have a model that starts loading in browser but stops at 90% on iPhone 13 and iPad pro, it does have 7400 items in it though, all my other models work great
How secure is it though?
I already had a friend in the business raise conserns when it comes to dealing with NDA with clients.
Nice I see you can even embet it in the forum post! I was hoping for that
Edit: Seems like I need to figure out how to embet the link like you did @Istvan
Edit2: Seems like i figured it out Full disclosure, this is not my design but my 3D reproduction of a coffe machine I bought.
<iframe width="600" height="600" src="https://collaborate.shapr3d.com/v/0qM3BFJd5VITpYcFK5BOi" title="AR model" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
It is very secure. We are following the best industry standard security practices, and the data is stored in the most secure cloud servers in the world.
So there is no way to «guess» , scrape or search for the public weblink?
In the link there is a unique ID that identifies the design after the /v/ part (eg. UZSdgm-tSCOTslmIubI3S. These IDs are as complex and long as the most secure passwords. Guessing them is technically impossible, just like it’s impossible to guess a secure password. The links are not discoverable by search engines. The only way to access a design shared with Webviewer is to get the link that is virtually the same as passwords. If you trust password protected services, then you can trust Webviewer.
We have the topic of adding permission controls to the shared Webviewer link on our roadmap.
@Laci. Thanks for that. I really must keep an eye on the updates, I always seem to miss them
Adding the Move/Translate to the Sketch menu is very welcome, no need to exit Sketch anymore when we want to move items. The Visualisation improvements are great as well.
Thanks for all you guy and girls do to improve things for us
Oh wow! I totally missed that. What an awesome feature!
However, I just tried this function and discovered a rendering issue(?). Just have a look at this screenshot:
Can you see that triangle on the front face? Where does it come from? It’s a plane face.
Here is the link to the webview.
Thanks for the report, this looks like a potential texture baking / tessellation issue during the Webviewer export, we will look into it!
Just testing the embed link function.