“Fritures” (some Franglais wordplay) are the Sketchfab team’s fun, Friday afternoon projects. There are experiments, API hacks, cool plugins, and more. A few are complete pieces of software, most are works in progress or proofs of concept.
A few weeks ago, we realized that we already had quite a number of such “Fritures” lying around and thought it would be good to share them with you. From now on you can find them on a dedicated page in our Help Center.
Some of the projects you’ll find there are:
- A batch uploader script for Mac OSX (Windows coming soon!)
- A configurator script that adds a user interface to change model options.
- An ’Augmented Reality’ script that allows you to use the camera on your tabled or phone and place a Sketchfab model in your environment.
- A script that lets you synchronise the viewer with content on your own webpage (see the image above).
- And many more.
Go check them out on our Sketchfab Labs & “Fritures” page.
These “Fritures” allow us to explore new features for the website using only a small investment of time. Some of them may make it to the main website if we receive enough positive feedback. So you know what to do 🙂
Did you create a Sketchfab hack yourself? We’d love to see it and maybe even add it to the list! Just leave a comment below and we’ll check it out on the next Friday afternoon.