I was invited to give a lightning talk at the W3C Inclusive Design for Immersive Technology workshop about what we’re doing with scene authoring through Spoke for Hubs. As with many of my talks, I think they make better blog posts, and I’m excited to share this one with you today. About Hubs & Spoke […]
Category: Web Development
There is a lot of work that can be done to improve accessibility of 3D content on the web. This post discusses a project that explores using image recognition APIs to caption the content of a three.js WebGL scene.
The Star Wars API is one of my favorite public APIs to use for testing out new technologies. This week, as part of a new project at work, I decided to brush up on my Node.JS skills (and by “brush up on”, I mean “hack together something resembling an app) and build a SWAPI Bot. You […]
Hey all! I wanted to drop in a follow-up from a recent blog post about giving talks on WebVR using A-Frame because a video from one of the conferences I gave the talk at, Full Stack Fest, has gone up on YouTube and is now available for your viewing enjoyment! In this talk, I nervously hide […]
This past Thursday, I had the privilege of speaking about the VR Web, a topic near and dear to my heart, at Coldfront, a front-end focused, single-track conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. Despite battling off the remnants of a particularly nasty cold, my talk at Coldfront was one of my favorites that I’ve ever given. Why? […]
Ever wanted to walk around inside of an Excel chart? No? That’s okay, I didn’t either – until I tried it! Take a look at the latest episode of Just A/VR Show to find out how I built an Excel chart visualizer using Three.JS, the WebVR boilerplate, and the .NET framework!
Welcome to Monday Musings! These are are shorter-form, note-like blog posts that I share that may or may not be related to VR/AR, but that I want to share some quick thoughts on, get some extra insight on, or share out quickly. This past week, I got to visit Stanford to teach a guest lecture […]
A wild episode of Just A/VR Show has appeared! In this episode, I show two very basic A-Frame examples and talk about how you can get started with these new “building blocks for the VR web” from the MozVR team. GitHub repository for examples used in the video: https://github.com/misslivirose/hello-aframe The coordinating Sway presentation: https://sway.com/T1ZvH6DlEIZ6xDXo
Hey everyone! I had the great experience of talking to Jeremy Foster, host of CodeChat, about the virtual reality web and WebVR. If you’re interested in learning more, check it out below!