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How to convert a 3D model from Inventor to VR using 3ds Max Interactive.

A - answer Using the procedure described in the following 5 videos, you can convert your 3D Inventor assembly model (or another 3D model, such as BIM) to an interactive virtual reality (VR) scene in 3ds Max Interactive.

First, load the IAM assembly into Autodesk 3ds Max (open it directly) and adjust its material settings, motion joints and links and its lighting as needed. Then follow the instructions in the videos to export the VR scene for the selected 3D device. The actual export to VR is described in the last video.

  1. Creating a VR project
  2. Exporting to 3ds Max Interactive (part of AEC Collection)
  3. Working with VR materials
  4. Collision and the Starting point for VR
  5. Viewing a 3D model in VR

video courtesy Autodesk

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31.5.2020    9300×  
applies to: 3ds Max · Inventor · Collection ·

See also:
Tip 13541:Using Twinmotion from Revit to visualize other types of 3D scenes.
Tip 13252:Free online viewer for USD/USDA/USDZ files (Pixar).
Tip 13227:Reference Explorer - quick analysis of your project or assembly (file size, xref errors).
Tip 11959:Supported file types (applications) with reference detection in Autodesk Desktop Connector.
Tip 11337:Convert 3D PDF files back to CAD models.

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