Add Content

Learn how to add content to the Content page.

Choosing an Asset

You can either select files from local storage or Google Drive, choose from the displayed sample assets, or search for new assets.

When adding multiple assets from local storage or Google Drive, we recommend zipping them first and uploading the ZIP file. When selecting models, be sure to include all files associated with that model (i.e., include material and texture files in your selection). An uploaded 3D model will automatically be centered around its origin.

Use the search bar to find free 3D models that you can instantly add to the console.

You can create your own 3D models with Tinkercad, Blender, KenShape, Fusion 360, MagicaVoxel, Maya, Maya LT, Maxon Cinema4D or use 3D scanning apps.

You did it! πŸŽ‰ Your content will be displayed on the Content page.

Note that you can also drag and drop files from local storage into the console in order to add them to your project.

When adding multiple assets from local storage, we recommend zipping them first and uploading the ZIP file. When selecting models, be sure to include all files associated with that model (i.e., include material and texture files in your selection). An uploaded 3D model will automatically be centered around its origin.

Duplicate Entries

We detect duplicate entries within the same project during the upload process with the aim of preventing accidental duplicate uploads as well as saving our users credit expenditure on storage when a duplicate entry is desired.

When a duplicate entry is encountered, you are prompted for confirmation or cancellation of the operation.

If you confirm, the operation will resume and credit for API call usage will be deducted from your account but forgoing the usual deduction of credits for storage usage since the duplicate entries will reference the same files in our storage.

We detect duplicates using MD5 checksum of the asset(s) at the time of upload. As this is the case, we currently don't consider entries to be duplicate of one another if they are only visually similar. For example, if model A looks like model B but has a slight difference in their file content, they will not be considered duplicates of one another.

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