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WebVR : Dive into another world on Web

Submitted by Shivang Shekhar (@geekyshiva) on Thursday, 2 February 2017

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Beginner

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Abstract

Virtual Reality offers makers the chance to build new cutting edge experiences that no one has seen before. This hands-on workshop will supercharge your creation toolbox with Mozilla A-frame — the framework for building incredible experiences on the web in VR, and other exciting VR technologies and upcoming streams in VR like tiltbrush or a-painter. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about VR technology, storytelling, sound design, character/environment design, and animation to bring their own powerful world-changing ideas to life in a matter of hours.
Thsi talk will tackle the budding VR enthusiast in the conference and will help them to explore this market as its almost untamed and untouched , especially in India .
Expreience VR with Mozilla

Outline

A-frame is a Mozilla born and bred resource for the web community. This workshop would be an opportunity for makers to learn about A-frame, the open Mozilla community and be inspired to share their experiences with friends, in turn inspiring more development and more creativity on the open web.
In this workshop, you’ll:
-learn the basics of the A-frame webVR framework and know about building your stuff on the boilerplate -make scene in virtual reality right away and view it in your browser/ mobile browser -learn how to create experiences to see, move, and use controls in VR -get resources for developing and prototyping your VR experiences -get resources for taking, editing and exporting 360 video for VR viewing -get resources for creating 3d in VR - ambisonic sound creation and recording using simple recording deveices to put in your scene -learn the basics of javascript, created by one of the founders of Mozilla -learn how create awesome experiences to share with the world and the parent Mozilla Community

Requirements

Google Cardboards
Internet :P

Speaker bio

-A VR enthusiast and Guest Speaker on VR and related technologies at Mozilla Festival , London 2016 - Web Developer - Game Programmer turned into VR Game developer - Open Source Enthusiast - Mozilla Contributor I have been attached with Mozilla VR since the invoking of this Vr technology in 2014-15 and have worked and associated with the lead developer of this framework (A-frame)
I am also trained in Cinematic VR and production of VR films.
Linkedin Profile : https://in.linkedin.com/in/shivang-shekhar-bb2b2780

Links

Slides

https://gurumukhi.github.io/aframe-presentation-kit/#/

Preview video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRqoSdPZQBY

Comments

  • 1
    Sandhya Ramesh (@sandhyaramesh) Reviewer a year ago

    Hi Shivang, we’re currently in the process of evaluating your proposal and like it. How do you intend to project Cardboard visualization on stage? Or would you have a fewer number of those and pass them around the audience?

    • 1
      Shivang (@shivank1995) a year ago (edited a year ago)

      Hi Sandhya, thanks a lot for considering my proposal, If i am provided with a stable internet connection(which i will be, I guess!) then i can use my desktop browser based VR content to project it directly on screens using my laptop.
      Another way to do this is connecting my android device and screencasting on laptop which in turn can be easily projected on stage. A lot of apps and Remote viewers are available to do this task.
      The second method can directly project the VR experience, Otherwise browser based VR works fine as far as a simplistic solution is required.

      Thanks for posting your question. :) looking forward to bringing out more to this.

      If we talk about personalised experience then we would require atleast 10-15 headsets that needs to be circulated but as per my previous experience even a fewer number of those will even do.

      • 1
        Sandhya Ramesh (@sandhyaramesh) Reviewer a year ago

        Hi Shivang, we like the idea. Would you want to consider converting this to a workshop for 15 to 20 people instead of a talk? This will be a more hands-on experience for everyone interested. Duration could be from 60 to 90 minutes.

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