Fully Loaded Home Page (VR with Spatial Audio and Custom 3d Animated Models)
(Splash Load Screen and Mobile Redirect)
(VR Loading Screen)
Alternative Mobile Front Page (Press the loading screen to proceed)
Original WebVR Submission (Mobile friendly)
(Alternative Music and Model page)
3d Multiple Hosted Video Cube
My domain: http://3glitch.com/ was having a long lag with the last update. I can confirm it is stable at this time.
Again the whole project can be found @ http://3glitch.com/ (web application) The /VR link host was the first stable release and the entire site is now the submission.
On entry to explore a threejs/a-frame hosted scene. Complete with layered 3d spatial audio and 3d custom models and text. You can interact on the scene on a VR computer and with a wifi connection on a WebVR compatible device.
I hope you are able to accept the update, I had to work out a domain issue ;)
I hope to show off even more exciting iterations of this project as a semi-finalist. I recently competed in a hackathon at Mozilla (Firefox) here in SF working on similar web hostings of 3d/VR web spaces/applications. I was awarded a 360˚camera and would love to use it in LA to incorporate new media.
I wanted to find a way to combine, music, images and 360 video into a website experience that would work in mobile VR.
What it does
A guided meditation through a group art zine with a VR video playing in the background (works best on laptop / Chrome and VR headset attached)
How I built it
Using Three.JS and patience
Challenges I ran into
Getting the WebVR to run in all browsers and applications (Example Firefox on an iphone, etc)
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
This is a fully immersive audio/video experience that works in VR. It is an alternative way to display billboards of images in a VR setting.
What I learned
How to combine VR and mobile device browsers.
What's next for 360 Video in Web Browser w/ VR & moving images.
I will work on making sure it stays current with all updates to webVR. Updating the content for the final submission to AT&T with their images.