BRIO supports models from the most industry-standard polygonal 3D formats to create AR and VR experiences.
To upload a 3D model, go to the top left edge of the Editor Viewport and find the upload button. Press 'Upload' to select a file format to upload from your file browser. You can choose from a variety of file types, including .FBX, .OBJ, .JPEG, .MP4 and many more.
If you're interested in learning more about the differences between OBJ and FBX file types, check out our article here.
You can also drag and drop valid mesh formats directly onto the 3D viewport to upload your file.
You can upload several objects in to a single scene. Make sure to optimize your 3D models first for the best performance in AR or VR. Learn about helpful tips for optimization from this article.
You can also upload objects from the BRIO Object Library or Google Poly Library, both of which are available from within the BRIO Editor Viewport.
Once your files are in BRIO you can publish the experience and share it online with just one click.
BRIO makes it easy to share 3D models quickly and easily. With real time rendering and no sharing limits, you can get your designs to friends, followers and colleagues faster than any other 3D visualization platform.