With this new YouTube series, How to make the virtual reality project in your browser along with ThreeJS and WebVR , I’ ll take you through developing an interactive birthday card within seven short tutorials, complete with program code and examples to get you started. The whole collection clocks in under 60 minutes. All of us begin by getting a basic cube to the screen, add some nice 3D versions, set up lights and navigation, after that finally add music.
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I am an author, researcher, and recuperating engineer. Formerly on the Swing Group at Sun, the webOS group at Palm, and Nokia Analysis. I spread the word of good consumer experiences. I live in sunny Eugene Oregon with my wife and professional Lego builder child.