A Week of A-Frame 105 - 106What's up with A-Frame, a WebVR framework for building virtual reality experiences, from Mar 23, 2018 to Apr 6, 2018.
ðð¥ Gunters of OASIS. Hundreds of generated #webvr worlds. Hidden among them a golden egg. Find the egg and inherit the OASIS (and half a hundred dollars). Search for hidden clues, meet up with other Gunters. Ready? Start the hunt on @supermediumvr!https://t.co/oTKimoCrFM pic.twitter.com/jyaPoUGHEW— Supermedium (@supermediumvr) April 4, 2018
I present https://t.co/CMoJ256F1Q— Λlfredo (@alfredofrlp) March 26, 2018
Simulates video illumination in a performant, low flicker and 0 config way.
Just add to <a-video>.#WebVR #VR #aframevr #WebXR
Check out the demo in VR. (thanks @bai0 for the model and spilberg for the trailer) pic.twitter.com/foK84GHt8C
Yay! I put a little table in https://t.co/SECmMepuon for the pancakes to rest on (makes them easier to grab) + verified they work in VR as well as on desktop! Love the ease of developing progressive VR with @aframevr :)— Cwervo (@acwervo) April 6, 2018
🤖🥞🤖🥞🤖🥞🤖🥞 !!! pic.twitter.com/6T9bFGLIvP
Hey everyone! I have been working on a side project in the last few days to port full body avatars to webVR. The code has been ported from C# and still needs work. If you want to have a look and try to bring those avatars to life, it's all here: https://t.co/BeXwolZMdN pic.twitter.com/ta7zffufLD— Etienne Pinchon (@EtiennePinchon) March 25, 2018
The decentralized metaverse will be built on open standards like WebXR (formerly WebVR). I got an update from @aframevr maintainer @dmarcos, who is now with @supermediumvr, which is a totally AWESOME high-end WebVR browser.— Kent Bye VoicesOfVR (@kentbye) April 6, 2018
I also try out @mozillareality:https://t.co/uEVJqhW3rk pic.twitter.com/k2dqh0fDWw