Artstation Integration | The ability to let the viewer see in real time, not only the texture created in Substance Designer, but to be able to manipulate the parameters of said texture as well, online, anywhere in the world @ https://www.artstation.com/
They already have Marmoset & Sketchfab Integrated into the site for realtime viewing. It would be a pleasure to simply be able to show off the dynamic textured assets created in Substance Designer with out needing to take pictures and video for every asset I make and wish to show.
Hmm in this case I think it would be much better to have sketchfab integration of the .sbs/sbsar fileformat in sketchfab. So you would upload whatever default primitive you like to sketchfab with the sbsar files you like and then link that to artstation so that when they load the sketchfab viewer they'd be able to play with the parameters.
This would probably require cooperation between Sketchfab and Allegorithmic on two key features: model management and texture management. Currently I don't see smart way for
a) switching between cylinder, cube plane etc in sketchfab viewer. (However, implementing system for this is in their best interest, too. It would allow for neat things such as multiple dioramas in one viewer. Or if you've made set of swords for example you could view all of those in one nice package.)
b) similarly for switching between materials (So if you had for example moss, lichen and hornwort sbsar's all with very complex controls and it just wasn't reasonable to add them all in one .sbs you'd want to be switch between them in the sketchfab file.)
And of course they'd need interface for controlling the substance parameters in the viewer.
It would definitely be pretty big and complex collaboration to get working but well worth it. Also since Source already uses Sketchfab as back-end (if I recall correctly?) it definitely seems like the way to go for the ecosystem.
In other hand pure implementation with artstation seems bit unlikely considering artstation doesn't really have any tech related to scene presentation like that. (Far as I know they just allow embedded marmoset and sketchfab viewers, right?)