Sketchfab wants to become a sort of YouTube for 3D models and scenes. While the service started as a way to show off static 3D objects, the company has added a ton of interactive tools over day, stimulating it a solid platform to preview virtual reality content.
This week, Sketchfab added voiced support. So if you have a VR headset at home, you can look at a scene in 3D utilizing your headset with positional audio. If something happens on the left, itll feel like the audio obtained from the left. You can stance your sound impacts utilizing Sketchfabs own interface.
If you simply want to add a background soundtrack, you can also upload a normal 2D way. Itll feel like youre playing music in the background in your audio player.