I am dipping my toes into Rhino. The learning curve is steep, but my engineering background seems to help. Except that I went ahead and got stuck, struggling with what is probably a trivial task to you pros
I’ve put my first 3d model together: two cones and a ball, with a couple of textures applied. Ok, they are VERY cute cones, I am proud. Next step: show them to someone. Like, a non-engineering human. I bet you show your work to customers and such somehow. The idea is to find a viewer where my victim can rotate the model and watch is at any angle, with appropriate awe.
I am not asking lightly: I have tried exporting to at least half the file formats offered, but the results so far are not human friendly. Probably because many of the formats are intended for very specific use cases.
I tried iRhino on an iPad, but it ignores the textures. There seems to be no straightforward viewer for Android either.
I assume you guys export into some popular and convenient format, something that would bundle all the bits, pieces, and textures together nicely and would render predictably. What is this format and what are the good viewers?
Many, many thanks in advance!