Applying a multi-texture - including on-screen menu


(Dodlur) #1

so i've tried searching before deciding to post - but i can't seem to clarify the problem. :slight_smile:

i am uploading a chair - and i want to include an on-screen menu - whereas the viewer can swap materials on the sea, back, etc..

how does one go about doing so? i'm using 3ds max, btw.

thanks in advance - and i apologize if this has been addressed already!

added - from this post - it mentions the api viewer and (texture injections??) the api view viewer is specific for web dev only, right? and texture injections? what is this sci-fi madness? :smiley:

jón


#2

Hello,

Yes, this is possible with the Viewer API. Here are some resources and examples:

https://sketchfab.com/developers/viewer
https://labs.sketchfab.com/experiments/
https://blog.sketchfab.com/how-terma-built-their-interactive-website-with-sketchfab/
https://blog.sketchfab.com/zodiac-built-interactive-boat-configurator-sketchfab/
https://blog.sketchfab.com/viewer-api-part-1-introduction/
https://blog.sketchfab.com/learn-to-code-with-the-sketchfab-viewer-api-part-2-controlling-the-camera/
https://forum.sketchfab.com/t/viewer-api-and-javascript-development/7748

There is also a plugin for 3ds Max called OptionsOptions, which allows you to create configurators directly:


(Dodlur) #3

hey james - thanks for all the info :slight_smile: super appreciated!


(Dodlur) #4

ok - this java stuff is absolutely frightening! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

how does acquire the model id number? i see a lot of embed code options - but haven't the faintest idea where and how to paste/use.

thanks in advance!


(Dodlur) #5

one more thing - the extension with .js

javascript, i get that - but how does one go about using/embedding it?

sorry for all the questions - wasn't ready for this java stuff - total noob!