Object Placement Tool for Unity
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Object Placement Tool for Unity
2 October, 2017
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Object Placement Tool for Unity is a powerful editor that allows you to populate your scenes in a couple of clicks. The main feature here is said to be “Physics Placement Mode” that lets you use physics when placing your objects.  

Key features: 

  • Place objects on any surface by mouse click (or place only on selected object/layer); 
  • Physics Mode to drop objects onto each other and create big heaps of stuff; 
  • Randomize rotation and scale for created objects; 
  • Align to Surface feature to align created object’s up axis to the surface normal direction; 
  • Follow Path feature, place new object depending to previous object direction. Good for fence placing; 
  • Brush Mode to create objects by bunches; 
  • Group objects in the hierarchy or even combine meshes into a single mesh (works for meshes, that shares one material); 

Vitaly Okulov 

The pack doesn’t feature 3D content shown in the video. You can find more details on the tool here

Buy the tool for $10

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Is there something like this for Unreal?