Filed under: 3D model import and export, architect, architectural resources, interoprability, rl architecture, second life | Tags: .3ds, .dwg, 3d model, 3D Studio, export, import, interoperability, jira, Linden Lab, maya, obj, second life, SVC-2634
We really, really need your help on this one! I am confident that if the readers of this blog collectively vote as a unified voice to push 3D Model Interoperability as a priority item for Linden Lab, we will be heard. You all know that Importing and exporting models is currently the biggest bottleneck preventing architects and designers from using Second Life as a tool in professional practice, and Linden Lab’s public Jira system is the perfect way for us to make it clear that this is a must have feature.
So, please, please, please take a minute and log in to Jira and vote on the following issue: http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/SVC-2634
To vote, go to the left margin on that website and click on ‘Voting:’
You will have to Login first. That’s it.
Spread the word! Post this on your own blog, and link to this page! Let’s do whatever it takes to raise the priority level on this! If you have any other ideas about how we can move this forward, feel free to leave comments!
Thanks to Theory Shaw for continuing to promote this!