Bart Veldhuizen, Sketchfab presents: “Sharing your 3D content online with Sketchfab”

Bart Veldhuizen, Community Manager at Sketchfab, presents at the 3D Printing Event: “Sharing your 3D content online with Sketchfab”, in the seminar 3D Design Software. 

Video, music and even presentations are easy to share online with sites like YouTube, SoundCloud and Slideshare. But what about 3D? Today, we will show you how to share an impressive presentation of your 3D work online with Sketchfab.

Bart VeldhuizenAbout Bart Veldhuizen
Bart is a freelance community manager in the field of 3D software and 3D printing. He was community manager for Shapeways for six years and helped build the company from 4 to 160 employees. At Sketchfab, he is helping to build an active and engaged community of 3D designers who have a need to share their work online. As such, he is involved with Sketchfab’s business development, software development and support teams.Other clients that Bart works for are Autodesk, 3DHubs and the Blender Foundation.

About Sketchfab
Sketchfab is the place to be for 3D files. Millions of people make 3D models or scan the real world in 3D, why would they share this in 2D? What YouTube did for video makers, or Soundcloud for musicians, we are doing it for creators of 3D content. Sketchfab integrates with all major 3D creation tools, and is natively built in Photoshop and Blender. Sketchfab supports 28 native 3D formats, and displays them in browser in real-time. The Sketchfab 3D viewer can be embedded on any web page, as easily as a YouTube video.

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