Hands-on Three.js 3D Web Visualisations [Video]

Hands-on Three.js 3D Web Visualisations

Hands-on Three.js 3D Web Visualisations [Video]

English | MP4 | AVC 1920×1080 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 3h 46m | 968 MB
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Hands-on Three.js 3D Web Visualisations [Video]: Create stunning visualizations and 3D scenes using the Three.js library

Three.js is the most popular JavaScript library for displaying 3D content on the web, giving you the power to display incredible models, games, music videos, and scientific/data visualizations in your browser and even on your smartphone!

This course begins with a 3D beginner-level primer to 3D concepts and some basic examples to get you started with the most important features that Three.js has to offer. You’ll learn how to quickly create a scene, camera, and renderer and how to add meshes using the Geometry primitives included with the library. You’ll explore troubleshooting steps that will focus on some of the common pitfalls developers face. You’ll learn the very sophisticated animation system included with the library. The course concludes by introducing post-processing, essentially adding filters to your rendered scene, and GLSL, the shading language that is used by all materials included with the library. You’ll see how creating your materials is easier than you’d imagine using GLSL.

  • Learn the basics of 3D applications: vertices, faces, meshes, cameras, and renderers
  • Learn how to set up a Three.js web app: the scene, camera, and renderer
  • Master the scene hierarchy and child-parent relationships, and how they affect the final location and orientation of objects
  • Explore simple mesh shapes (such as boxes, spheres, cylinders, planes, and cones) using the Three.js library
  • Learn how to source, create, and load complex assets, including textures
  • Discover how to use the brilliant animation system that is part of the THREE.js library
  • Add a post-processor to a rendered image, to make it look like an old film or a dot screenprint

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to quickly add advanced features to your 3D scenes, improve the way users interact with them, and make them look stunning.


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