We just release ‘Fly over England’, a musical real time clip powered by Three.js webGL 3d engine. Music performed by Lexo.
I ‘ll release a technical post in a couple of days …
It’s been a while since I worked on an extension to three.js - thje webGL 3D engine developed by Mrdoob - to permit to doing post processing more easily on the 3D result.
Not much activity on my blog, but a lot of activity in the backyard and some news:
- The Normal shader of “A moon on webGL” has been used and improved by Andrea Gatti to make a visualizer of the geoid computed from GOCE satellite data. See it on Chrome experiments
- “Wobble dance” is now on Chrome experiment
- “Wobble dance” is one of the examples for the 3d engine Three.js on netMagazine.com : 20 webgl sites will blow your mind
- “Wobble dance” was shown at WebGL camp 3 by Altered Qualia
Actualy I’m working on a extension for Three.js called PP (post processing) that to build a shader chain of image processing.
More to come soon …
This time a quick one.
Just playing with anisotropic light shader grabbed from a old rendermonkey example – still a lot of work to do – and wobble vertex deformation.The Circlesquare music suit the effect.
For dancing the wobble you need a modern browser (chrome 9+, firefox 4+, safari 5+).
First attempt on Three.js engine : WebGL, Normap & Displacement Map with a GLSL shader cherry