The service comes with a neat AI-texturing feature, currently available for free.
Check out UModeler X, a new real-time 3D asset creation solution for Unity powered by a self-developed global-level 3D engine technology that makes it possible to handle high-capacity polygon data, as well as real-time automatic rigging and 3D painting.
Currently in open beta, UModeler X is the upgraded version of UModeler, a tool that has been downloaded by over 20,000 developers worldwide via the Unity Asset Store. Provided as a plug-in for the Unity editor, the solution facilitates 3D modeling and supports modifiers, rigging, and painting, making it easier for users, even those without prior experience in popular 3D software, to create real-time 3D content.
Thanks to its robust toolset UModeler X can be used in various fields, including the creation of 3D backgrounds and the development of dynamic 3D models like characters and props. Moreover, it lets both professionals and non-professionals import 3D models from other software into Unity, enabling real-time edits and adjustments within the final rendering context.
UModeler X also introduces a new premium AI texturing feature, available for free during the open beta phase. This feature offers users unlimited image generation capabilities, streamlining the process of texturing characters, backgrounds, and various 3D models and enhancing the efficiency of real-time content production for game developers and metaverse creators using Unity.
"Through this open beta test, any Unity developer worldwide will be able to fully experience the superior 3D asset creation capabilities of UModeler X, built on the familiar Unity UI," commented Hwang Jaesik, the CEO of UModeler Inc. "We are confident that our comprehensive online manuals and tutorial videos, available in both English and Korean, will greatly aid users in getting started with and maximizing UModeler X. We anticipate UModeler X will receive immense love not just from Unity game developers but also from metaverse creators in Zepeto, VRChat, and many more developers across various industries utilizing Unity."