[TEMPLATE] Face Expressions update for LS 3.3
As some of you may have already noticed Lens Studio 3.3 contains api changes that break Face Expressions Template.
Starting from 3.3 Component.BlendShapes has been deprecated and Component.RenderMeshVisual now handles available blend shapes, if there are any. So all related methods like hasBlendShapeWeight(String name), setBlendShapeWeight(String name, Number weight) etc., are now part of Component.RenderMeshVisual class.
You can take a closer look at api changes here: https://lensstudio.snapchat.com/api/classes/RenderMeshVisual/
And while we are waiting for next Lens Studio update, here is link to updated version of template :
Feel free to comment here if you have any questions or ran into other troubles!
Thanks for the template and the explanations! :D
Thanks for the template and the explanations
Thank you for this!
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In version 3.3.3 the template seems to be already fixed. Thank you !
In this template is a mesh with the name 'neutral.mesh' which all available 51 blend shapes defined.
Face Expressions Template:
Path = Resources/mesh/Face Mesh Blendshapes/Neutral
It would be very useful if I could import this mesh (with the blendshapes) into my 3D software so that I can adapt my model to the blendshapes that the ExpressionsController script can handle. Unfortunately, the mesh is stored in an internal Lens Studio format. Could you possibly make the file available to me as an Fbx or similar?
I have already emailed the question to Vincent Tang (Lens Studio Support) but never received an answer.
Hi everyone, As some of you may have already noticed Lens Studio 3.3 contains api changes that break Face Expressions Template.
Thanks for the template dude,
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