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Poly by Google is a library of free 3D objects for augmented and virtual reality apps.

TechCrunch
As Google builds platforms like ARCore and Daydream that allow users to step into virtual worlds or put virtual scenes inside their phone's field-of-view, there's a big onus on game developers to craft the content that makes the platforms worth checking out.
Google
If you're building for virtual and augmented reality, you need 3D objects for your apps. With Tilt Brush and Blocks, we've made 3D creation easier. Now, we want to enable creators and developers to build on everyone's work. That's why we created Poly: one place to browse, discover and download 3D objects.
Mashable
It's no secret that one of the biggest issues holding back virtual and augmented reality is the lack of content. Even as bigger studios and companies are sinking more and more money into VR and AR development, it's still difficult for smaller, independent, developers to get started.
Engadget
It isn't easy to build a virtual reality app, especially when it comes to filling out those immersive worlds. Even a semi-realistic world requires tons of objects, which isn't always practical for a small studio. What to do? Google might have an answer: it just introduced Poly, a library of free 3D objects for augmented and virtual reality apps.
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MakePrintable

Automatically turn 3D models into printable objects

MakePrintable automagically prepares your 3D models for 3D printing.

3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing
In 2014, San Francisco-based startup Mixed Dimensions introduced its MakePrintable service, which quickly and easily fixes common 3D printing problems. The service's free analysis tool checks users' files for printability, and makes flawed 3D models printable through automated file fixing.
3ders
Sep 6, 2017 | By Tess Mixed Dimensions, a San Fransisco-based startup that specializes in 3D printing cloud technology and model repair software, has released its newest software tool for analyzing and preparing 3D models for printing. The program, called Mammoth, is being added to the company's MakePrintable platform and will become its primary mesh repair … See more
Fabbaloo
We haven't written about MakePrintable for a while, but today is a good today to do so. Why? It's because the company is switching their repair algorithm in a very significant way. Let's back up a bit: if you haven't heard of MakePrintable, it is a web-based service that provides an ability to repair misbehaving 3D models.
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