3Ds Max Models
Whether you’re sketching out plans for a new highway or designing the smart cities of the future, we know how valuable it is to be able to see your work within an accurate geospatial context. The problem is that this type of data isn’t always readily usable with CAD models, which is why we’re excited to announce a new Cesium ion integration with 3ds Max. This integration it easy to export your models to Cesium ion where you can fuse them with globally curated 3D terrain and satellite imagery.
A great way to see potential designs embedded in real-world 3D data is to upload CAD models to Cesium ion. This model is combined with Vricon’s San Francisco photogrammetry data and the global Cesium World Terrain
Try this out for free with your own models in our 3ds Max plugin tutorial.
It gets tiled into the 3D Tiles format when you export your model to Cesium ion. This makes it as easy as sharing a link to highly complex models on the web. Even multi-gigabyte models can be shared on the web without losing detail, as 3D Tiles allows only the data needed for any view to be streamed.