iRhino 3D for iPad and iPhone? Now It's Available!

December 14, 2022 2 min read

iRhino 3D for iPad and iPhone? Now It's Available!

If you are looking for a powerful 3D design tool that will work on your iPad, look no further than iRhino 3D, the official Rhino 3dm viewer for iOS. With iRhino 3D, you can view and present your work on your iPhone or iPad.

Completely rebuilt from the ground up, the new iRhino 3D performs and feels exactly like Rhino:

  • Pan, zoom, and orbit with a tap or drag of your finger.
  • Conveniently load models from your device or any cloud storage using a built-in file browser.
  • Use the AR mode to see your model in space.
  • Integrated markup tool lets you draw on top of a view.

What’s New: 

  • Shaded, wireframe, rendered, ghosted, X-ray and technical display modes
  • Support for shadows
  • Display all object types, including breps, curves, meshes, text, annotations, etc.
  • Support for page views (layouts)
  • Support for iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, and other cloud storage providers
  • Augmented Reality mode
  • Built-in markup tool
  • New user interface
  • Object selection, object information
  • Layer manager with visibility toggle
  • Display settings overrides

System Requirements

  • Requires an iPhone or iPad running iOS 16 or later.

Augmented Reality Mode

Display Modes

Ghosted Display Mode

Markup View

Multiple View Layout

Point cloud Support

About Rhino

Rhino 7 for Windows and Mac is the best industrial design modeling software, architectural design and CAD. Complicated shapes can be directly modeled with Rhino 7 or acquired through 3D digitizers. Thanks to the most powerful NURBS based engine you can create, edit, analyze, and translate curves, surfaces, and solids. There are no limits on complexity, degree, or size. 

McNeel's Rhinoceros 3D also supports polygon meshes and point clouds for complete coverage of geometric data types. With its unparalleled NURBS modeling power this Software lets you focus on designing, not on cumbersome modeling workarounds.

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