Why visit a museum halfway around the world, when you can check out 3D scans, and print them from your own home? Sketchfab, a platform that lets users publish and share 3D content online, unveiled on Thursday an option for users to make their files downlo
Sketchfab is launching a much needed feature — a download button. As a reminder, Sketchfab is a sort of YouTube for 3D models, where everyone can upload and browse 3D models directly from your browser.
Sketchfab – an awesome website for sharing 3D models – just unveiled an option to make files downloadable. All of the files marked for download are available under Creative Commons licenses, including those from some big players like HTC, Microsoft, the B
DeviantART is proud to announce a new partnership with 3D web publishing service, Sketchfab! Sketchfab, a leading platform to publish, share, and embed interactive 3D content, allows you to bring your 3D artwork to life in real-time.
Adobe announced a suite of changes to its Creative Cloud offer, the online subscription-based service which Adobe launched last year. Embracing one of tech's largest trends, 3D Printing & Imaging, Adobe has added support in Photoshop for 3D...
Sketchfab was devised to enable sharing of 3D files without 3D software. Over the last year or so (since its launch), a community has formed around it. Subsequently, the site has christened itself the “Youtube for 3D files.”
Have you ever seen a gorgeous 3D model spinning on a website, or an original creation someone's showcasing in their Behance portfolio? The magic behind it all is Sketchfab, a web service to easily publish and display truly interactive models – you simply,
As 3D modeling enters the mainstream, it helps to have a place to put them. That's where Sketchfab comes in. Designed as an embeddable 3D object browser, the company allows designers and tinkerers to upload and share their 3D scans.