Yes, you can export your designs in STL format, which is the most common format for 3D printing.
ShapeLab supports HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality devices.
ShapeLab offers a comprehensive toolset that enables designers to paint and sculpt with the high precision. We would highlight two main differences:
OS: Windows™ 8.1 or later
Processor: Intel™ Core™ i5-4590 or AMD FX™ 8350, equivalent or better
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce™ GTX 970 or AMD Radeon™ RX 480, equivalent or better Storage: approximately 500 MB available space
We continuously are improving the performance of Shapelab. Yet, still in a beta stage, it can occasionally happen that the application crashes, so in order for you to get the best use experience, please find a few tips:
Shapelab will be improved in 3 main areas: (1) We will provide more tools for making 3D file presentation awesome, designed in Shapelab or elsewhere. (2) We will add more powerful design tools and of course continuously fixing all the bugs that come with new features, (3) We will turn the entire application into a collaborative, shared virtual reality experience, allowing multiple creatives into the same environment.
You can swap hands if you go to “settings” on the virtual tablet.
Click on the “Help” button on your virtual tablet and you will see all the details.
Yes. If you are using Steam, please make sure you launch your Steam client software in offline mode.
You can also get enterprise license, if you need one. Please contact us here for more details.
We can even add in custom tools per client request for business use cases.
There are several environments that you can choose from. You will find both fun and neutral environment
Please go to: \Documents\ShapeLab\ScreenShots