Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 Posted by Jim Thacker

CL3VER rolls out CL3VER 2.1

Originally posted on 5 March. Scroll down for updates.

Cloud-based interactive 3D service CL3VER has rolled out a new version of its editor, repositioning the platform as a tool for architects to create interactive presentations.

The new online interface enables users to upload assets in standard file formats, including 3DS, OBJ, Collada and STL, and create interactive presentations using a workflow similar to a PowerPoint presentation.

In addition, import plugins are provided for 3ds Max, Maya, SketchUp and SolidWorks.

A Professional account costs $50/month, or there is a new Free account, letting users create up to three new projects per month.

Updated 22 April: CL3VER now supports the option to publish a presentation for viewing offline, which can be done using any WebGL-capable browser. Find out more on CL3VER’s blog, or read a tutorial.


Updated 18 June: CL3VER has rolled out version 2.1 of the editor. Features include the option to preview presentations as Flash as well as WebGL, and browser support and scene loading times have been improved.

Visit CL3VER online

Full disclosure: in my other life as a freelance technical writer, I worked on the online tutorials for the new CL3VER editor. CG Channel and the Gnomon School of Visual Effects have no connection with the company.