View 3D models easily and quickly
Now with Unlimit3D Technology

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A powerful 3D model viewer

With Emb3D you can visualize from the simplest to the most complex 3D models on your mobile device, and inspect them easily and intuitively with its unique gesture navigation interface.

Designed for Android and iOS smartphones and tablets with a smooth and clear visualization experience in mind, Emb3D will let you use the most appropriate visual clues and rendering styles to fully show the potential of your creations.

Download Emb3D and start your real-time 3D experience now!

Unlimit3D Technology

Bring production-level models to your mobile! Emb3D now features the brand new Unlimit3D Technology, thanks to which hi-poly 3D models with tens of millions of triangles and per-vertex color can be rendered at full resolution on mobile devices.

As a result of state-of-the-art research in Computer Graphics, Unlimit3D pushes the amount of pure detail you can visualize far beyond the limits of currently available mobile 3D viewers, without relying on decimation or normal maps. And with the new MatCap material, modelers can get the feel of professional desktop and workstation tools, enjoying a smooth interactive experience even with movie production assets.

Download and try an Unlimit3D sample model!

Bowles Rock
3 Million Triangles, 14 MB

Old Man Head
16 Million Triangles, 40 MB

Dragon Head
15 Million Triangles, 54 MB

Creature Warrior
15 Million Triangles, 44 MB

Want to convert your model for Unlimit3D rendering? Stay Tuned!

We are working to let you upload your 3D models and get them Unlimit3D-ready.
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High-Performance Rendering

Emb3D’s powerful rendering engine can efficiently handle meshes and point clouds with millions of polygons and points in real-time, while offering fast and smooth inspection controls.

Intuitive Gestures

The high-precision trackball is one of Emb3D key strengths: a simple but powerful feature that will allow you to inspect your models thoroughly and accurately, with just a few, intuitive gestures:

Enhanced Visualization

Adjust the Emb3D settings to show off and view 3D models at their best.

Multiple 3D Formats

Show off your digital creations for entertainment or 3D printing!

To maximize compatibility, Emb3D supports the major 3D file formats, even in ZIP archives, and can open assets directly from e-mail attachments, Dropbox, WhatsApp messages, and more.

  • .PLY
  • .STL
  • .OBJ
  • .DAE

FAQ

You can upload models to Emb3D following one of these procedures:

  • NEW !!!  Use the built-in file browser
    On Android you can now open models stored in your device and in your memory cards directly from within the app by using the file browser icon on the library toolbar!
  • Upload the model to a webspace
    If you have access to some webspace on the Internet (like Dropbox, Google Drive, and many others), you can upload the model there. Go to the model webpage with your browser and download the file. Android will show you a list of apps that can open the file. Select “Emb3D”.
  • Send the model by email
    If the model is smaller than 5Mb, you can simply send it as a file attachment by email (typically sent to yourself). Open the mail using your preferred web client. Click on the attachment icon and Android will show you a list of apps that can open the file. Select “Emb3D”.
  • Import from file system using a file explorer app
    If you have some app to explore the device file system, you can locate the model file and open it. Android will show you a list of apps that can open the file. Select “Emb3D”.

Please note that importing the model file into Emb3D, you will automatically add it to the app storage space. Next time you want to visualize that model, just open Emb3D and you will find it in the models list.

To delete a model from Emb3D, long press the model on the models list.

Select and deselect the model(s) you want to delete and then press the trash icon.

You can also select all the models at once from the action bar menu.

The file system concept on Android devices is usually different from the one on desktop operating systems. If you want Emb3D to be able to locate your texture image file, the 3D model file (OBJ, PLY, STL) must be zipped along with the texture image file. Also, the texture image file path inside the zipped file must respect the relative path referred to by the 3D model file.
Please have a look at the following example.

Inside the file textured_model.obj, the ./textured_model.mtl material file is indicated.

The textured_model.mtl file contains (along with other settings) the relative path for the texture image file ./tex/textureA.png.

Please follow the file schema pictured in screenshot below to organize the folders inside your zip file.


Yes, we can customize it for you. Please contact us for more details.
You can upload models to Emb3D following one of these procedures:

  • Upload the model to a webspace
    If you have access to some webspace on the Internet (like Dropbox, Google Drive, and many others), you can upload the model there. Go to the model webpage with your browser and download the file. You should see a button suggesting to open the model with Emb3D. Click on it and your model will be finally uploaded!
  • Send the model by email
    If the model is smaller than 5Mb, you can simply send it as a file attachment by email (typically sent to yourself). Open the mail using your preferred web client. Click on the attachment icon and a dialog will suggest to open the model with Emb3D.
  • Upload the model using iTunes
    Run iTunes on your desktop computer or laptop and connect your iPhone or iPad (either via usb or wireless).
    Select your device on the Devices iTunes side bar.
    Select the Apps tab on the iTunes main window.
    Scroll down to the File Sharing section and select Emb3D on the Apps list.
    Drag and drop the model file on the Emb3D Documents list viewer.


Now you can disconnect your device from the computer.
Run Emb3D on your device, select the uploaded model and start inspecting it!

To delete a model, press the Edit button on the top left corner. You will see a delete button next to each item.

Press the button to remove the related model. To go back to normal navigation, press the Done button.
Alternatively you can also swipe to the left a model on the list to reveal a delete button.

The file system concept on iOS devices is usually different from the one on desktop operating systems. If you want Emb3D to be able to locate your texture image file, the 3D model file (OBJ, PLY, STL) must be zipped along with the texture image file. Also, the texture image file path inside the zipped file must respect the relative path referred to by the 3D model file.
Please have a look at the following example.

Inside the file textured_model.obj, the ./textured_model.mtl material file is indicated.

The textured_model.mtl file contains (along with other settings) the relative path for the texture image file ./tex/textureA.png.

Please follow the file schema pictured in screenshot below to organize the folders inside your zip file.

Yes, we can customize it for you. Please contact us for more details.

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