Seamlessly create voxel models that you can integrate into your other projects in the fun and intuitive environment provided by this tool.
- Version :0.98.2
- License :GPL
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Ephtracy
MagicaVoxel is a lightweight piece of software that enables you to create, edit and render voxel models. The utility packs a vast array of features in a versatile environment that does not hinder your creativity in any way.
Comes with an intuitive and well-structured interface
Following a quick and uneventful setup, you are welcomed by a user-friendly UI that should not bring any challenges regardless of whether you have previous experience with voxel editors. In fact, you can easily start working on your 3D models right away without having to take the time to browse through lengthy tutorials or guides.
In spite of the fact that the application features numerous tools for drawing and rendering, you will be happy to learn that the utensils are nearly organized and easily accessible. You can seamlessly collapse or expand the panels to gain access to more tools or gain more space for the working area, depending on your needs and preferences.
Includes a built-in rendering engine
It is important to note that the program comes with its rendering tool that enables you to preview and analyze your model more minutely from various angles and in different lighting conditions. At the same time, you can enhance your voxel model and maybe make it more realistic by applying different depth, surface, field shadow or lighting effects, for example.
If you are involved in a larger project that you need more sessions to complete, then you can save the project as a VOX file so that you can access it anytime later on. Alternatively, you can consider exporting the model as OBJ, ISO, XRAW, SLAB, BAKE, QB, MC or PLY and access it with other third-party software solutions.
A tool for games and volumetric imaging developers
Regardless of whether you are trying to build the terrain for a game or simulator or perhaps are working on a medical application that supports volumetric imaging, then maybe MagicaVoxel could lend you a hand.