Adobe Substance 3D Modeler goes beyond Beta as Version 1.0 (for PC) arrives complete with virtual reality support. The tool is now included in the Substance 3D collection offered by Adobe. Said app collection besides Modeler features Sampler, Designer, Stager, and 3D Painter. Customers can use all the items in the collection after subscribing to Substance 3D proper and paying a fixed sum every month. Or else one can get access to the Substance 3D collection if they have a subscription to the whole of Adobe Creative Cloud or are eager to acquire the subscription.
The title is telling, 3D Modeler is designed for tasks related to the design of 3D models. The objects of this kind created with this tool can be transferred into other apps, including remaining 3D Substance apps as well as apps outside of the set. Modeler provides VR mode, which enables customers to design models wearing headsets thus being entirely concentrated on the task. The proof is in the video posted on this page.
Adobe finalized the purchase of Modeler, then changed its name in 2019. Previously it had been owned by Meta (used to be known as Facebook back then). After the deal, the beta version of the application could run on a PC. Currently, the initial version 1.0 is already available.
The week before Meta and Adobe made a joint statement, promising to make Modeler usable on the Quest system the following year (alongside several unspecified apps by Adobe). Besides this announcement, Meta also claimed, that they were eager to form other partnerships with several companies, including Microsoft and Ray-Ban. This announcement was made public at the yearly Connect conference held by Meta last week.