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A Week of A-Frame 86

What's up with A-Frame, a WebVR framework for building virtual reality experiences, from Nov 3, 2017 to Nov 10, 2017.

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A Week of A-Frame 85

What's up with A-Frame, a WebVR framework for building virtual reality experiences, from Oct 27, 2017 to Nov 3, 2017.
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A Week of A-Frame 84

What's up with A-Frame, a WebVR framework for building virtual reality experiences, from Oct 20, 2017 to Oct 27, 2017.
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A Week of A-Frame 82 - 83

What's up with A-Frame, a WebVR framework for building virtual reality experiences, from Oct 6, 2017 to Oct 20, 2017.

Direct link to Seven Sisters from National Museum of Australia.

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A Week of A-Frame 81

What's up with A-Frame, a WebVR framework for building virtual reality experiences, from Sep 29, 2017 to Oct 6, 2017.
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A Week of A-Frame 79 - 80

What's up with A-Frame, a WebVR framework for building virtual reality experiences, from Sep 15, 2017 to Sep 29, 2017.
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A-Frame v0.7.0 - Windows Mixed Reality Headsets and glTF 2.0

A-Frame v0.7.0 - Windows Mixed Reality Headsets and glTF 2.0

We welcome Microsoft to the A-Frame family. 0.7.0 ships out of the box support for Microsoft Mixed Reality headsets and controllers on Microsoft Edge thanks to the work of Olga Milovanova, Lewis Weaver, Nell Waliczek and Samira Hirji. A-Frame 0.7.0 fully adopts glTF 2.0, unlocking a huge pool of models you can now import in your experiences.

Use it today with <script src="https://aframe.io/releases/0.7.0/aframe.min.js"></script>.

What’s New?

The glTF ecosystem has made huge progress and all the learnings have consolidated in the 2.0 version of the format. Thanks to the work of Don McCurdy and Takahiro on A-Frame and THREE fronts you can now import glTF 2.0 models with a single line of markup.

Microsoft is fully embracing immersive computing with Windows Mixed Reality and you can now have fun with your favorite framework on Microsoft Edge as well.

0.7.0 has now full support for all the major headsets and controllers: Daydream, Gear VR, Windows Mixed Reality, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

Performance is top priority for us and A-Frame 0.7.0 ships a bunch of improvements to tame the garbage collector beast:

  • Added some caching and reduced some type checking in critical paths of object updates.
  • Reduced memory usage by caching textures.
  • Reduced memory usage by reducing the number of instantiated JavaScript objects.
  • Eliminated duplicate asset network requests when using <a-assets>.
  • Throttled the componentchanged event which gets emitted very often.

Check out the release notes for the complete changelog which includes a list of all new features, optimizations, and bug fixes.

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A Week of A-Frame 78

What's up with A-Frame, a WebVR framework for building virtual reality experiences, from Sep 8, 2017 to Sep 15, 2017.
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A Week of A-Frame 77

What's up with A-Frame, a WebVR framework for building virtual reality experiences, from Sep 1, 2017 to Sep 8, 2017.

Support for Windows Mixed Reality Controllers merged.

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A Week of A-Frame 76

What's up with A-Frame, a WebVR framework for building virtual reality experiences, from Sep 1, 2017 to Sep 8, 2017.
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