A Week of A-Frame 90What's up with A-Frame, a WebVR framework for building virtual reality experiences, from Dec 1, 2017 to Dec 8, 2017.
Ready to make AR content in the Web? The Mozilla experimental WebXR viewer is available on iTunes (https://t.co/aPoJtVsdJ6) with starting points for THREE (https://t.co/UpD4O55xP5) or @aframevr (https://t.co/2xfMCmm07h). More info by @blairmacintyre on https://t.co/Khu6EBzZEw— Diego (@dmarcos) December 8, 2017
Developing #IoT? You can simulate behaviours for free with @aframevr!— Michal Takac (@michaltakac) December 3, 2017
Photoresistor from @SunFounder2’s SensorKit 2.0, quick app made with React, Plotly and A-Frame. It applies the sensor output to the intensity of car’s lights (random glTF). pic.twitter.com/t5CENnRxo8
It's so easy now to use @googlevr Poly models in @aframevr ❤️projects 😊 thanks to gblock component from @Archilogic3D cc @TomasPolach @g33konaut ✌️— Karan Ganesan (@karanganesan) December 8, 2017
BTW it's a ISS Model 😃 ( https://t.co/WZtlk6aFSH ) pic.twitter.com/hdZccBeO4a