SkillsCast

WebVR (re)visited

29th May 2018 in London at CodeNode

This SkillsCast was filmed at WebVR (re)visited

This session was not filmed.

At this month's WebGL Workshop London, we'll take a look at implementing VR on the web with Three.js and A-Frame. Don't miss it!

What we'll do

A proper look at WebVR, with a focus on A-Frame but also a looking at doing it the "hard way" with Three.js and Babylon.js, as well as looking at some of the resources and tools available to generate VR content.

What to bring
  • Bring your laptop with editor of choice.

  • Google cardboard or similar would be a jolly good idea.

  • An unquenchable thirst for knowledge.

  • A gilded wing of the Phorinx from the storm blasted wastes of Klargg.

Important to know

Fun is encouraged but not compulsory.

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Thanks to our sponsors

WebVR (re)visited

Carl Bateman

Founder of WebGL Workshop, coordinator of the Khronos London Chapter and a self-appointed WebGL evangelist, Carl has over 15 years’ experience as a software engineer and dislikes talking in the third person.

SkillsCast

This session was not filmed.

At this month's WebGL Workshop London, we'll take a look at implementing VR on the web with Three.js and A-Frame. Don't miss it!

What we'll do

A proper look at WebVR, with a focus on A-Frame but also a looking at doing it the "hard way" with Three.js and Babylon.js, as well as looking at some of the resources and tools available to generate VR content.

What to bring
  • Bring your laptop with editor of choice.

  • Google cardboard or similar would be a jolly good idea.

  • An unquenchable thirst for knowledge.

  • A gilded wing of the Phorinx from the storm blasted wastes of Klargg.

Important to know

Fun is encouraged but not compulsory.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

WebVR (re)visited

Carl Bateman

Founder of WebGL Workshop, coordinator of the Khronos London Chapter and a self-appointed WebGL evangelist, Carl has over 15 years’ experience as a software engineer and dislikes talking in the third person.