Microsoft Maquette is a general purpose mock-up tool for spatial prototyping within virtual reality. It was built from the ground up to empower anyone to create fully immersive concept sketches in VR from inside your headset. Maquette includes a set of tools for importing, creating, composing, and storyboarding content in 3D space, complete with a library of primitives and UI icons. Among many other features, Maquette has fast and approachable UX, a text tool for annotations and spatial UI mockups, and easy selection and nested-grouping of content. Maquette has a complimentary Unity addon for importing Maquette content into Unity, which preserves materials and grouping hierarchy. Maquette's development process is guided by users' needs, so we want your feedback!
What's new in this version
2020.3.7.0.1606 - Fixed UI bugs on Reverb G2 controller buttons and associated floating tooltips. - Fixed menu blur effect not showing correctly in video recording. 2020.3.6.0.1520 - Added a marquee effect when drawing Text entities. - Improved perf for several different areas including the grid floor and object grabbing manipulation. - Enhanced bounding box visibility when scaled. - Added support for upcoming HP motion controllers. - Added preview box for Text and UI menu so that entities can be dragged out directly. - Improved keyboard default placement after Text entities that are created or selected for edit. - Removed redundant meshes from exported FBX/GLTF/GLB models. - Fixed occasional throw deletion bug that caused objects to be stuck spinning in space. - Fixed clones created using gimbal following hand rotation bug. - Fixed fog, lighting, and SSAO so that they no longer affect menu UI and controller models. - Fixed keyboard close button occasionally not working. - Fixed conflicts between hand menu frosted effect and controller models when fog is turned on. - Bug fixes for many null reference exceptions. - Experimental "Scripting" feature that can be turned on under the "Labs" menu. - Experimental "UI Controls" features that can be turned on under the "Labs" menu. * Caution: Experimental features may render Maquette unstable when used with your project. We recommend you only use these feature if you can safely tolerate project loss.