Browzwear, a 3D technology leader for the apparel industry, announces its collaboration with Sketchfab, a leading online platform for displaying and sharing 3D content over the internet.
The partnership aims to bring 3D experience to the online fashion and apparel market.
This will allow easy integration of 3D garments from Browzwear’s VStitcher to Sketchfab’s high-performance embedded HTML 3D viewer. This will further open new capabilities for the companies to exhibit their 3D garments across the web.
The additional feature is made available in the January update of Browzwear’s product, enabled with the addition of GL Transmission Format (gITF) compatibility, which assists in the import and export of 3D files without deteriorating its quality.
Moreover, the gITF format files created with Browzwear can be easily transferred in Sketchfab’s embedded viewer without any special adjustment.
Uri Tzadikevitch, VP of Product at Browzwear said “In giving the apparel industry the most realistic, accurate 3D models, we’re enabling a future in which businesses produce fewer physical samples, yet sell more items.”
Uri added “Every tool we create in partnership with innovators like Sketchfab adds to our customers’ ability to increase creativity with efficiency, reduce waste and grow revenue. Combined, this leads to more sustainable businesses, both economically and ecologically.”
“Sketchfab has become the de facto standard for publishing and sharing 3D content among a broad swath of the creative community. Partnering with Browzwear enables us to extend our reach into the apparel market as well. We look forward to replicating the success we’ve had with independent designers and small and medium business in the enterprise market,” said Alban Denoyel, Co-founder & CEO, Sketchfab.