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Move 3d Avatar(rigged model) for Android's app


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#1 aeroxr1   Members   -  Reputation: 137

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Posted 23 May 2014 - 03:32 AM

Hi 
I'm newbie and I have to create an android's application in which a 3d avatar (Rigged model) must move according to the commands given.
 
I'm looking to find the best solution to do that.
I was thinking to use unity3d and Android language, have you some guides to suggest me ? 
 
Or I can use QT5.3 instead Android language and easily make thus a cross-platform app, but with QT I don't know which 3d engines are compatible.
 
I saw at this link : https://qt-project.org/wiki/Using_3D_engines_with_Qt , but are it compatible with android ? 
 
And another doubt : there are a lot of guides for Unity3d and this is perfect for the beginner , in the other 3d engines I don't know.. wacko.png
 
Or can I use unity 3d and qt togheter ? biggrin.png
 
Can you help me ? smile.png I try to find what I have to use before to study useless things for my goal and then I will look for documentations, guides and tutorials smile.png
 
Thanks 
 
p.s : I don't know if this post place is correct or if I had to post in "for beginners" section .. sorry :/

Edited by aeroxr1, 23 May 2014 - 03:38 AM.


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Posted 26 May 2014 - 03:03 PM

no one ? :(






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