Month: February 2015

February 6, 2015

As part of my explorations on VR trends, I put together a proof of concept for viewing Ted Talks in VR and how current web experiences will transfer into the new medium that virtual reality brings. I’ve affectionately been referring to the project as Ted Extended, but as a full disclaimer, this is a project I’ve […]

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February 3, 2015

Back in January, I wrote about my first attempt at using the new WebVR “standards” (I’ll get more into this later) to make a mini JavaScript application that uses Three.js and a Three VR Renderer from wwwtyro. In this post, I’ll walk through the steps that I followed to get a demo up and running using […]

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February 3, 2015

We are finally ready for virtual reality. The smartphone industry and availability of the internet has provided the world with pocket computers and has created an “always on, always connected” mentality that will bridge the gap between physical and virtual environments. Virtual reality is coming (arguably, to some circles, is already here) – but it’s […]

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