Today we are checking out Voxelator, a free browser based Voxel painting application from the creator of the Pixelator application we covered earlier. In the video below we go hands-on with Voxelator.
There are some licensing limitations to be aware of for using Voxelator:
Voxelator is a free software and you can choose which license to attach to the models you produce with it, and use them for any purpose — commercially included (provided you did not use any external resources with limiting licenses).
With that said, you may not do the following with Voxelator:
You may not attempt to download its source and use it locally from your computer. You may not attempt to upload Voxelator to a different domain or site. You may not attempt to embed Voxelator in an external domain, using an iframe or any other technology. You may not attempt to redistribute Voxelator in any way, not commercially and not for free. You may not reuse Voxelator’s code for any purpose.
You can run Voxelator on any browser supporting WebGL 2 and ECMAScript 6 support, although Chrome is the primary supported browser. You can learn more about using Voxelator here.