ZBrush is a digital sculpting and painting software used by artists and designers to create high-quality 3D models and animations. It is known for its unique features such as DynaMesh and 3D texturing, which allow for detailed and efficient modeling. One of its main features is the ability to work with point clouds, which are sets of data points representing a 3D shape. This is where the GoZ file format comes in.
GoZ is a file format specifically designed for ZBrush users to easily transfer their models between different software without losing any detail. GoZ works by exporting the 3D model data into a point cloud format that can be easily imported into other software. This allows artists to work on their models in different software, then bring their models back into ZBrush for additional sculpting and painting.
The GoZ file format is a compact, efficient, and easy-to-use binary file format. It preserves the 3D geometry, texture, and material information of the model, enabling seamless integration between different software. GoZ solves compatibility issues when transferring models from one software to another. This allows the designer to work with the tools that best suit their needs and quickly import their models into ZBrush for finalization, or vice versa.
In conclusion, ZBrush's GoZ file format is an essential format for 3D designers who want to convert models. The GoZ file format offers a flexible and efficient way to transfer models between different software, making it a key asset for those who need to work in multiple programs.
CAD Interop distributes several solutions to prepare, convert, and visualize your ZBrush data exported in the GoZ format. Below is a list of our solutions compatible with the GoZ format.