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.
Tag: web development
I wrote this up back in May and never got around to posting it. I was cleaning up some old files today and realized this might still be helpful, so here it is: Creating a custom front page for a hosted WordPress site! I had been blogging for several years on WordPress.com, and up until fairly […]
I’m in the process of writing an ASP.NET web application using Three.JS and WebVR, specifically with the webvr-boilerplate library from Borismus on GitHub, and wanted to share the small change I’ve used to quickly set up a basic movement mechanism for the camera. This isn’t an intensive tutorial on getting set up with WebVR or Three.JS, though […]
I recently wrote about updating my website as part of my new job change, and one of the things that I had some trouble with was figuring out all of the things I needed to change on Namecheap to get my Azure site up and running properly with my custom domains. There are a bunch of […]
Last week on Twitter, I mentioned that I would be working on a virtual reality project for a team hackathon at work – the goal of the two day event was to just have fun, learn some new things, and take time to work on projects outside of our day-to-day jobs. Although the hackathon itself turned […]