Simple plugin to allow for nodes to follow the transformation of bones within a 3d Skeleton. Very useful for attaching colliders to areas/bones of your meshes when there are animations changing the position of the bones. Its not super efficient, but does the job. PRs welcome!Install:Clone/download this repo into your project and activate the plugin from the project settings. You will have a new node called FollowBone3D.Example:See the example folder. It has a zombie with two collision shapes attached to two different bones.Also, see the video below (when I make it).Attribution:The example uses a zombie model by Thomas.Osterhammel from [https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/zombie-d22e3dc957b142479e1723a379494eb3](https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/zombie-d22e3dc957b142479e1723a379494eb3) and animations from [https://www.mixamo.com/](https://www.mixamo.com/)
Color Calibrator with Macbeth chart to color match and color grade.Can be used in setting up neutrally lit scenes or color matching between applications.Repository contains Blender file and demo scene.
Provides a helper node for building tile based worlds out of similarly sized scenes.This node is similar to Godot's built in GridMap node, but allows for the placement of entire scenes instead of just meshes.
Node allowing for real-time cutting of mesh, implemented in GDScript supportsrigid bodies , repeated cutting , cross section materials
This tools allow users to place previously saved scene in a fast and comfortable way, using tabbed library interface to hold list of scenes, with several placement feature such as random scale / rotation, align to surface and grid-like positioning
Export CSG Meshes with 1 click How to use :- Combine all your CSGMeshes under a CSGCombiner node then press (Export to OBJ) in the Spatial Container Menu.Limitations :- Only works when you select 1 CSGCombiner node (Cant multiselect)- Only material diffuse and emission colors will be exported (Textures and maps wont be exported, but you can add them manually in your 3D editing software) - The plugin is still experimental ,so please report for bugs at: [email protected]=== New Version 0.3.2===*Bug fixes by (@szabotudor):--Object variable is cleared before being reused (to avoid stacking old meshes over new ones)*Bug fixes by (@mohammedzero43):--Fixed an issue with exporting .mtl and .obj with unmatched names=== New Version 0.3.0 ===*Usability improvements by (@Janders1800) :-- Added a FileDialog so the user can select where to save the exported obj file=== New Version 0.2.0 ===*Bug fixes by (@Henriquelalves) :-- Empty materials will now have a default material applied-- script fixes in writing object name
This is a simple scene to display 3D healthbar.It should have better perfomance than viewport method. Mainly because it does not create any viewports and just works on simple Sprite3D node. You can add multiple healthbars and dont worry about perfomance.
This plugin adds suport for holographics displays made by Looking Glass Factory to the Godot Engine.Just drop the new HoloPlayVolume spatial node into the scene and view your Godot project as a hologram!**Windows only at the moment.**
A simple plugin that covers for the Godot's still missing Level of Detail management. It's a tool to manage world maps more easily. It works recursively, meaning it can manage LOD Objects under other LOD Objects. This way you don't have to worry about managing every single prop, and can edit the world map chunk by chunk.Examples, and a detailed usage guide are on the Github page.
Block out levels, prototype, do level design, test proportions, test imports and gameplay.All thanks to Kenney.nl's prototype textures.
A tool for batching MeshInstance nodes into a single MultiMeshInstance.- Provides a new MeshBatcher node for easy implimentation. Simply used the node as a container for MeshInstances.- Place and edit individual MeshInstances for granular control.- Detects StaticBodies allowing for collisions with a MultiMeshInstance.