NeoAxis Blogs

  • Did you just find out about the NeoAxis and decided to give it a try? Then this post is for you. First look at the editor After installation, creating a new project, and closing the Tips window, you will see the start page. At the top of the editor are the ribbon and quick access toolbar. On the ...
  • If after importing, your model does not look as expected, it may be due to incorrect import of materials or textures. In the usual case, well-tuned source models will be imported without additional calibration. Textures To check the texture format, select texture file in the Resources window, go ...
  • This post describes how to create a fence using the built-in fence constructor. Presentation video. Prepare 3D models You need to prepare 3D models, this post does not describe how to import 3D models. We have two meshes for post and panel of the fence. The post is a point on the curve of the fen...
  • This post describes ways to add collision physics to the objects. You need to prepare 3D models, this post does not describe how to import 3D models. Collision property A basic way to enable collision body for the object in the scene is using Collision property. To select the object, click on it ...
  • This post describes how to configure a 3D model in Blender, import it, and place the object in the scene. Configure So, we have open blender file. It is a good idea to configure axes before the export. Rotate the model to make X axis - Forward, Z axis - Up. Export To export go to Menu -> File ...
  • You can create your own blogs on the website. Your posts will be published in the Blogs and on the main page. Rules Your blog should be dedicated to the use of the NeoAxis Engine. Please use the English language. You can upload images and ZIP files. How does it work? Create a post in the Blogs sec...
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