- Hyper-models created with GRAPHISOFT Archicad can be shared with anyone who has either a mobile or desktop version of BIMx app. The BIMx Desktop Viewer is a native Mac/Win application that allows you to navigate in the virtual architectural project (saved in bimx.
- With 3D Maps, you can plot geographic and temporal data on a 3D globe or custom map, show it over time, and create visual tours you can share with other people. You’ll want to use 3D Maps to: Map data Plot more than a million rows of data visually on Microsoft Bing maps in 3D format from an Excel table or Data Model in Excel.
- Here’s the full list of file types supported. 3-D Modeling/Printing: 3MF, COOL, GLB, GLTF, OBJ, STL. Note: OneDrive.com can only show 3-D files up to 250MB in size. References to external resources such as materials and textures aren't supported. Apple: MOVIE, PAGES, PICT, SKETCH.
As part of its migration to Chromium, Microsoft has the opportunity to experiment with all kinds of features that could eventually make their way to the production build of the browser as well.
One recent addition to Microsoft Edge Dev and Canary builds is called 3D DOM Viewer, and it provides devs with an alternative method of using the DOM hierarchy in the browser.
. Live-streaming app = Windows = UVC4K for Windows: RICOH THETA Z1. Live-streaming library = Linux = Libuvc for RICOH THETA: RICOH THETA Z1. 3D models in Microsoft 365 for Mac or Office 2019 for Mac are supported on macOS version 10.12 and on macOS version 10.13.4 and later. This feature isn't supported on macOS version 10.11 and earlier. It also isn't supported on macOS version 10.13.0 through 10.13.3.
Microsoft says its idea is based on Mozilla’s very own Tilt extension, which the company describes as “awesome” in a discussion of this latest Edge feature.
“This prototype for Dom 3D View is based on Tilt and offers a different way to visualize the DOM hierarchy. Instead of reading an xml tree like you would in the Elements tool you can see a graphical representation of the elements nesting,” a Microsoft Edge engineer explains on the linked page.While the DOM 3D viewer is mostly supposed to be used for education and beginners who now make the first steps in the world of web development, the Microsoft engineer says this experiment currently comes with a series of limitations, as it follows:
|• Isolate an element and see its parent-children relationships|
|• Click on an element to focus its source code on the Elements panel|
|• Find areas of heavy nesting using the heatmap color option|
|• Find off-screen elements|
|• Use the mouse to zoom and pan to change the view perspective|
|• Use arrow keys to rotate the camera|
Note: the steps here work on both Windows and Mac, as long as the latest preview builds of Edge are installed.
First and foremost, you need to enable experimental developer tools in Microsoft Edge, and to do this, you’re going to fire up the flags screen by typing:
Then search for the flag using this phrase:
You’ll notice that in order to save your settings the browser must be restarted.
Developer Tool experiments
When loading the browser once again, launch the Developer tools by pressing the F12 key on your keyboard and then head over to the following location:
The option that you’re looking for is called:
Microsoft Edge > Developer Tools > Settings > Experiments
Check this option and that’s pretty much it. Microsoft explains that this is a work in progress, so while the basics should already be there, you could miss a feature or two. For our more technical readers, the Microsoft engineer explains on the linked page how this new feature works:
Enable DOM 3D View
Microsoft 3d Viewer Library
“The panel has a sidebar with controls and a main view with a canvas. It listens to the SDK.DOMModel.Events.DocumentUpdated to reset the view to blank. DOMSnapshot.getSnapshot is called to get the Dom model. The Dom model data is parsed and used to create a 3D scene with Babylon.js. The render engine displays the content to the canvas.”
Microsoft 3d Viewer Mac Free
For now, it’s important to keep in mind that Microsoft Edge is still in preview stage, so while this is just an experiment, there’s no guarantee it would make its way to the production version of the browser too. As I said before, Microsoft has remained tight-lipped on when it plans to finalize the work on Microsoft Edge, but rumor has it that the browser could be complete in the spring of 2020 when the company ships the 20H1 feature update.