The app provides many 3D features including rotating model with finger movement, zooming in/out, panning, changing object material color, changing rendering background color (or background image), changing rendering light intensity, etc. You can rotate 3D model in any direction, or only along x, y or z axis. You can load multiple files, view them together. You can view model in 3D surface rendering or wireframe mode. You can also use it to find out information about your files, for instance, the file size, the height, width and depth of your model, total surface area, total volume, etc.
The app provides snapshot feature so that you can take a snapshot of your 3D model, and draw remarks on it and share it with your coworkers through email.
It is very easy to add 3D data files to the app. If you receive 3D files as email attachments, you can just tap on them and the app should be launched automatically. The app also supports third party file management apps including Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, etc. You can view 3D files managed by those apps directly as well.
The app is also a file organizer. It provides many file management features for you to manage your files easily, including file sorting, file deletion, creating folders, deleting folders, sending file out as email attachment, etc. The app provides zip and unzip function. You can use it to zip / unzip compressed files in .zip format.
Please make sure you use the Menu button of your device. Many features of the app are only visible after you press Menu button.
The app provides native support for multimedia including image, video and audio. This way, you can manage picture or video of your project and 3D files together. The app provides features for you to have a peek at the raw data of files in ASCII (text) or binary format.
The app is very powerful and super easy to use. It is a great tool for viewing, reviewing and collaborating on 3D assets.
The app is part of ATView3D 3D visualization tool family developed by Afanche Technologies. ATView3D 3D visualization apps are widely used by professionals all over the world. If you need Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows app for other 3D file formats, please search 'Afanche' or 'ATView3D' to find more 3D apps. Afanche Technologies is a company specialized in 3D technologies. For more info, please contact us. Our email address is email@example.com
The App provides many 3D features including rotating model with finger movement, zooming in/out, changing color, etc. It is so easy to control it. You will love the way your model looks.
3D model files can be added to the app's external storage folder called 'afanche'. Just connect your phone (or tablet) with a PC and copy your 3D models to the 'afanche' folder of the device. After that, you can use the app to load the models you saved in the directory. If you have files in system 'download' folder of your device, the app can open them as well. You can also use the app to open files from email(attachment) or web (by downloading). If you don't need some of the models anymore, you can use the app to delete them. If you need share 3D model with your friend, coworker, client or partner, you can use the in-app email feature to send your model out as email attachment.
The app is part of ATView3D 3D visualization tool family developed by Afanche Technoologies. If you need Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows app for other 3D file formats, please search 'Afanche' to find more 3D oriented apps. Afanche Technologies is a company specialized in 3D technologies. Afanche provides customized 3D programming solutions for mobile, web and desktop. For more info, please contact us. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
More info about DAE format:
DAE format is defined by COLLADA, a COLLAborative Design Activity for establishing an interchange file format for interactive 3D applications. The format is supported by the following applications:
3ds Max (ColladaMax)
Cinema 4D (MAXON)
Houdini (Side Effects Software)
LightWave 3D (v 9.5)
Poser Pro (v 7.0)
Shade 3D (E Frontier, Mirye)
VUE 9 xStream (e-on software)
Google Earth - (release 4) has adopted COLLADA (1.4) as its native format for describing the objects populating the earth. Users can simply drag and drop a COLLADA (.dae) file on top of the virtual Earth.
Google SketchUp Pro (or any version of SketchUp starting with 8.0) can also be used to create .KMZ files: a zip file containing a KML file, a COLLADA (.dae) file, and all the texture images.
Mac OS X 10.6's Preview allows opening collada files for viewing in 3D.