What is VRM?

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    VRM is the open standard format for 3D avatar data. VRM files have the following benefits:
  • Cross-platform support for a wide range of applications
  • An all-in-one data container that includes all required 3D meshes, textures, skeletons, and metadata
  • Well-defined facial movement data for facial expressions
  • Seamless application of human-like animations

How can I get a VRM avatar?

You can create a custom avatar in VRM format using VRoid Studio, or you can download a premade avatar from VRoid Hub. Any VRM avatar can be uploaded to VIVERSE, giving you the freedom to express yourself any way you want.

Create your avatar

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Download avatars

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How can I prepare a VRM avatar for VIVERSE?

    If you have a 3D human-based model file (for example, FBX or GLB) and want to use it in VIVERSE, see the VRM Avatar Guide to learn how to set it up in Unity.
    In this guide, you'll learn how to:
  • Set up your VRM avatar in Unity so it can be imported into VIVERSE
  • Apply eye and facial tracking to your VRM avatar so your eyes and facial expressions can be tracked by VR systems that support eye and facial tracking
  • Important: Before proceeding, make sure you've installed the UniVRM package in Unity. To learn how to install the UniVRM package, go to https://vrm.dev/en/univrm/index.html.
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