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Implementing udk/ unity objects in website

Hello,

We (me and a friend of mine) are trying to make a 3d building which can be manipulated from admin panel in a website. We are looking for the best way to do that. We tried three.js library but it wasn't what we were looking for. So my question is: Do you know a good library or framework that will help us complete our project?

1 Answer

geoffrey
geoffrey
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You mentionned Unity in the title of your post, this engine allows you to export for web browser. However, the visitor will have to install a plugin to make it working. The downside is the fact It won't work correctly if you use Linux, well It's not totally true because there is a way to have It running linux using pipelight, But I have never tested it, can't tell if It's ok.

With unity, I'm pretty sure you'll be able to do everything you want.