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Virtual Reality using HTML and javascript

HTML based Virtual Reality

Scott Turner

Created by Scott Turner
last edited Feb 20 2018 by Scott Turner

A collection of bite-size videos taking the user through free VR using Thimble and A-Frame to make relative simple and quick Web VR.

Thimble is a free online web-development tool from Mozilla where you see the results previewed.

Video 1 Setting up a basic script for Aframe to add text, box and a red screen. Using Mozilla’s Thimble tool and

Video 2 Rotating the box.

Video 3 In this video camera position is adjusted and was to map an image to the box is look at - surprisingly not that hard in A-Frame.

Video 4 We have had images we can also add video to a shape or as a separate object.

Video 5 Adding a 360 degree video to the scene in place of the sky.

Video 6 This brings together a few of the ideas from videos 1-5 and adds assets and 3D models to the scene

Some example code is available at this Github site or attached zipped file.

The main document source for this is A-Frame Documents


Teaches: (set of concepts learned) simple VR Relationships between entities

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