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Import from AR Library

  • all you have to do is drag it in and click import nothing at all it works fine for me but one thing that might happen is that the 3D Model could be anywhere so just increase the size to 1000 1000 1000 and just decrease it by 100 till you go it to the center talking from experience.

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  • What file type do you export the 3D model? (Sorry no technical experience)

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  • gltf

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  • ItzJustSamu - this is great thank you for the resource!


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  • Your welcome I’m just trying to help other lens creators out there starting. 🙃

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  • ItzJustSamu - nice, you're the best for doing that! On that note, do you have experience or any insights on monetization for lens development? 

    As I develop my skills in creating more and more lens, I'm hoping to take on mini projects for people and get paid for it. Right now it seems only official lens creator can do this? - I'm not entirely sure on that statement, just speculation.

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  • Yea your correct official lens creators can get paid for making lens for people,

    Even without being a official lens creator you can still can get paid you could help other creators, even make Lens for other creators so they learn from it, you can also make Lens for your viewers.

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