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A good easy platform for 3D in html5
Anybody knows a quick and easy (preferably free) way for me to put 3D interactive models in HTML5 ?
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11/11/2015 8:32:40 AM (last edit: 11/11/2015 8:32:40 AM)
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11/11/2015 8:55:45 AM (last edit: 11/11/2015 8:55:45 AM)
thats looking good!
I forgot to mention I will want to add an option for the user to show/hide objects ...
Is that also possible ?
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11/11/2015 8:58:29 AM (last edit: 11/11/2015 8:58:29 AM)
Playcanvas, check it out, its free in base but there's a paid option that gives you a unity-like UI
Also check babylon, bit more basic but pretty solid.
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11/11/2015 11:15:38 AM (last edit: 11/11/2015 11:15:38 AM)
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11/11/2015 2:01:49 PM (last edit: 11/11/2015 2:01:49 PM)
Colman's Mustard is the shizzle!
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11/11/2015 5:01:15 PM (last edit: 11/11/2015 5:01:15 PM)
I haven't used PlayCanvas it looks good. Babylon is also decent, a bit of a learning curve as you have to learn the API and code it out, but fairly quick to get something simple setup although not quite as turnkey perhaps as some other commercial solutions. Babylon is basically the evolved version of Three.JS..
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11/12/2015 10:30:24 AM (last edit: 11/12/2015 10:30:24 AM)
Are you making a 3D Web Browser? That would be awesome. If anyone would make one it would totally change the world. What with VR helmets and all that.
Imagine being totally immersed in Wikipedia, feeling like you could almost TOUCH the letters in each article. Wow.
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11/12/2015 11:41:15 AM (last edit: 11/12/2015 11:41:15 AM)
haha nik colmans mustard
error that is where Nik is from, Colmans mustard land
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11/12/2015 2:18:48 PM (last edit: 11/12/2015 2:18:48 PM)
Ha ha ha ha!
From my house I can see the factory it's made in. I love the stuff.
They also make mint sauce, and when they are doing mint, the whole neighbourhood smells of mint so strongly it makes your head spin.
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11/12/2015 7:34:43 PM (last edit: 11/12/2015 7:34:43 PM)
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