Babylon.js 4.2: Simplicity Reimagined

Powerful New Particle Editor

Quick and Easy Sprite Editor

Skeleton Viewer

Texture Inspector

Physically Based Rendering (PBR) Support in the Node Material Editor

New Node Material Editor Modes

Customize and Reuse Frames in the Node Material Editor

Playground Templates

Direct Support for .hdr Filtering

Babylon React Native

All New Documentation

KTX + BasisU Support

Updated WebXR Support

Soft Transparent Shadows

New Instancing Super Powers

PBR Next

Supporting the latest glTF extensions

Supporting 3D Commerce

Much Much More

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