WEB 3D : AN INTRODUCTION TO A-FRAME (Part 2 of 2)
Instructor: Nicholas Shulman
When: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 from 10 – 12h
Where: Concordia University, EV 10.710
Who: T&M Members
Over the past ten years, 3D modeling and scanning technology have become more accessible to creators and consumers. It is easier than ever to 3D scan or model, create interactive experiences, and, crucially, it’s now easy to distribute 3D media on the web — no plug-ins required!
In part two of this workshop series, we will learn how to write 3D HTML webpages with the help of A-Frame, a web framework for creating 3D scenes and virtual reality experiences. To introduce participants to A-Frame, we will learn how to position objects in 3D space and import 3D models. If time permits we will touch on advanced topics such as simple animations and interaction.
Please bring a laptop or plan to use one of the computers in the T&M space. The software we will be using is all web-based and does not require prior installation.
There are no prerequisites for this workshop (experience with HTML a plus).
Limited space available. Registration on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the workshop.