Free WebGL Export Software

What is Koru?

Koru is WebGL authoring and export software. This means it helps you prepare your 3D models to be displayed online. Koru lets you load 3D objects in various formats, setup the scene and apply materials, then export the result for web. Our advanced realtime 3D rendering engine guarantees that models will look the same in any WebGL-supporting browser.

Everything is framed in our famous easy to use interface and nicely intergrated with Boxshot and Origami (or any other 3D software), so you can easily show your work online.

Koru Features

Snapshots

Koru supports snapshots with animations

Koru lets you take snapshots of your scene. Snapshots save various scene's aspects like objects positions, camera settings or materials. You can make different designs or scene layouts and animations, and easily switch between them with a single click.

Materials Library

Koru features a large materials library

Koru comes with a large materials library, so you don't need to start from scratch. This includes metals, plastic, paint, glass, wood, paper and much more like hot foil or spot UV materials.

Live Preview

Your scene will look the same in all the browsers

Koru makes sure that your scene looks exactly the same in any browser as in Koru itself. All the materials and other scene controls are designed for WebGL export, so you get absolutely predictable results.

Simple User Interface

Koru features a state of the art, easy to use interface

We believe that you are busy enough to spend time learning yet another application, so we made a great effort to hide all the complexities behind the nice and clean user interface.

Tools

Koru lets you modify UV mapping and normals to fix models

Koru comes with powerful tools that fix UV mapping or normals to make sure your scene looks as intended. The tools are easy to use and don't require special learning.

File Formats

Koru reads a lot of 2D and 3D formats

Koru reads almost any popular 2D and 3D formats. For images, Koru reads color profiles, supports CMYK images and even reads PSD, AI and PDF files. HDR images are also supported.

How It Works?

1. You load a 3D file in one of the supported formats to Koru.

2. You clean it up, add or import missed parts and compose the scene.

3. You drag and drop materials from the library to color-up the shape.

4. You export the scene to your browser using one of the provided templates.