InstantUV v1.2 Released

23.03.2018

We are proud and happy to announce the general availability of InstantUV 1.2!

There have been a lot of improvements since v1.1.3, including:

  • Binary glTF 2.0 (.glb) export, for direct viewing of exported models on facebook, in Microsoft Mixed Reality tools, and on many other platforms
  • New HTML5 viewer with improved mobile and touch support
  • New UV atlas packing method, leading to much tighter packings
  • New unwrapping method “conformal” (potentially better quality than “fastConformal”, but slower)
  • New APIs for texture baking and image generation using the InstantUV C++ SDK
  • Baking from point clouds
  • Adjustable normal generation hard angle
  • Customizable prefix for texture filenames
  • Improved return codes for MOPS CLI
  • Bugfixes

As always, InstantUV 1.2 consists of new releases for our InstantUV C++ SDK and for our command line tool MOPS CLI. If you would like to download MOPS CLI 1.2, or if you need an evaluation key, visit this page.

Enhancement General MOPS CLI New Feature

InstantUV SDK / MOPS CLI v1.1.3 Released

02.10.2017

We are pleased to provide a new maintenance version, v1.1.3, for MOPS CLI and the InstantUV SDK.

MOPS CLI 1.1.3 can simply be downloaded and installed as usual, and will, of course, work with all keyfiles valid for 1.x.

Changes compared to v1.1.2 are handling of material colors for untextured OBJ files, robust processing of custom normals, custom uniform UV coordinate scaling (InstantUV SDK only) and experimental support for displacement maps (MOPS CLI only).

Enhancement General MOPS CLI New Feature

InstantUV SDK / MOPS CLI v1.1.2 Released

24.08.2017

We are pleased to provide a new maintenance version, v1.1.2, for MOPS CLI and the InstantUV SDK.

MOPS CLI 1.1.2 can simply be downloaded and installed as usual, and will, of course, work with all keyfiles valid for 1.x.

Changes compared to v1.1.1 are robust handling of topologically challenging input data, plus robust handling of degenerate input UVs during baking.

Enhancement General MOPS CLI

InstantUV SDK / MOPS CLI v1.1.1 Released

23.06.2017

We are pleased to provide a new maintenance version, v1.1.1, for MOPS CLI and the InstantUV SDK.

MOPS CLI 1.1.1 can simply be downloaded and installed as usual, and will, of course, work with all keyfiles valid for 1.x.

Changes compared to v1.1.0 are:

  • Strongly improved baking, leading to significantly less visible texture seams
  • Possibility to segment into much larger, more coherent charts
  • Chart seams are much less “branchy” / complex
  • Strongly improved overlap removal, leading to a significantly smaller number of resulting charts
  • Parameter for max. number of triangles per chart exposed
  • MOPS CLI now accepts user-given segmentations when using “unwrap” standalone
  • BabylonJS viewer and glTF export now use the same texture orientation as OBJ output (images can be shared)
  • Issue that occurred when non-orientable meshes were fed into MOPS CLI got fixed
  • Issue with spiky mesh boundaries in decimated meshes, occurring for some cases when boundary preservation is enabled, got fixed
  • Issues occuring for some pixels during AO filtering got fixed
  • Slightly improved quality of results from decimation
  • Speedups for several parts of the pipeline
Enhancement General MOPS CLI

MOPS CLI uses BabylonJS for 3D Web Export

13.04.2017

The new 3D Web viewer of MOPS CLI is ready for physically-based rendering (PBR) – thanks to the amazing BabylonJS framework.

BabylonJS is a complete JavaScript framework for building 3D Web applications. Being developed by folks from Microsoft as an open-source 3D engine, BabylonJS has played a key role in the development of glTF 2.0, which is a new standard and the 3D file format of choice within Microsoft’s 3D for everyone strategy. Therefore, through the synergies between MOPS CLI v1.1 and BabylonJS, we can now export optimized content in glTF 2.0 format directly to a PBR-ready 3D viewer. You can find a Web demo here.

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