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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by _zino_, Mar 22, 2014.

  1. _zino_

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    Hey guys ! First time posting here, We're a group of multimedia design students and we're assigned to do an app for kids which mainly focuses on geometric illusion. We did some research and we stumbled upon Monument Valley and B2B. We want to adapt the geometric illusion in our app design however the problem we're facing is trying to model the geometric illusion in maya and getting it to work in Unity.



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    -z-
     
  2. _zino_

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    *bump*


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  3. willemsenzo

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    Export from maya to .fbx and import in Unity. I don't understand what the problem is to be honest.
     
  4. superpig

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    Yeah, you just model it and then export the file. There's more info in the manual. What's the problem?
     
  5. robhuhn

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    Are you talking about the isometric view? Just create a regular 3D-Model and switch the camera projection in Unity to orthographic (If that's the issue).
     
  6. _zino_

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    Thanks Robhuhn ! Sorry for the confusion, what I meant to say in the earlier post is about getting the camera angle in Unity to work.
     
  7. goat

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    I've been curious do printed paper geometric illusions work on LED screens? The ones I've seen definitely did not.
     
  8. Meltdown

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    Welcome to the forums and good luck with your project :)
     
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