In an official statement, Google has announced that it is shutting down its 3D object creation and library platform Poly on June 30th 2021.
“After June 30, poly.google.com and associated APIs will no longer be accessible, You will not be able to upload new 3D models on poly.google.com after April 30, 2021.” The statement reads.
The platform was launched in November 2017, and allowed users to upload, browse, and distribute 3D content created using tools like Tilt brush and Blocks.
Users will be allowed to download their entire library at takeout.google.com, or download individual assets by viewing each asset’s page.
Google has already shut down most of the company’s AR/VR plays, including Daydream mobile VR platform. For more information, visit the official Google Help Center article