Why are you not selling models? It's big business, and you have much better technology than the others in the space. As an actual customer of those websites, I would definitely prefer to buy from you if the TOS was reasonable.
Giving people a plugin to show off their 3D models on their website or a social site (as someone else says, like Soundcloud) just doesn't seem like that big a market. Selling models is a huge market and one waiting to be disrupted by an interface and simplicity like this.
Another problem is that those 3D models could be ripped fairly easily (they are downloaded in your browser anyway). That would put away any serious sellers. Although, reusing stolen assets in games for example would be noticed. Of course, as a complementary monetization strategy, it wouldn't hurt to offer downloading with paid rights for reuse.
As a learning 3D artist myself, I think this is a really great way to show off your 3D and explore what others have done.
If I'm paying for a Pro account but hit 101 models, my only option is to shell out 14 times more money for a Business account? While only getting 10 times more storage? That's a pretty shitty deal.
Get rid of the storage limits completely. The Pro pricing is fine. The ability to store models that aren't public is worth 9€ (~$12) per month.
The Business pricing would be fine if you were offering extra value. You commented that you're working on a Shapeways tie-in. This would be great to allow free and Pro users a way of ordering models that they can access. Give Business users a storefront.
Terms page after login works
1) For those poor ATI users on Ubuntu with Chrome, and probably others with driver issues, suggest that using FF instead of Chrome may help.
2) When in first-person mode and in full screen, why not use the Pointer Lock API to allow proper first-person controls?
How about incorporating some form of shape search tool - might help browse as the repository grows large?
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There is a plugin for it though: http://iewebgl.com/
> it's runing on all modern browsers