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Creating WebVR Application using javascript

Submitted by pratik dhanave (@pratikdhanave) on Tuesday, 31 July 2018

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Beginner

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Full talk

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Abstract

WebVR is an open specification that makes it possible to experience VR in your browser.
Session Timeline
- Introduction to VR, WebVR, - WebVR API - WebGL Graphics Pipeline - WebGL Rendering concepts - Live hand-on simple WebGL application in javascript - Live hand-on simple WebVR application in javascript - Live hand-on simple WebVR application with a controller in javascript - Creating WebVR Application using javascript and WebGL - different WebVR frameworks available today - Creating WebVR Application using javascript and three.js - Creating WebVR Application using javascript and AFrame - Demo of WebVR with AFrame

Learning Outcome
- Learn about VR & WebVR. - Create a WebVR application from scratch.

Outline

WebVR is an open specification that makes it possible to experience VR in your browser.
Session Timeline
- Introduction to VR, WebVR, - WebVR API - WebGL Graphics Pipeline - WebGL Rendering concepts - Live hand-on simple WebGL application in javascript - Live hand-on simple WebVR application in javascript - Live hand-on simple WebVR application with a controller in javascript - Creating WebVR Application using javascript and WebGL - different WebVR frameworks available today - Creating WebVR Application using javascript and three.js - Creating WebVR Application using javascript and AFrame - Demo of WebVR with AFrame

Learning Outcome
- Learn about VR & WebVR. - Create a WebVR application from scratch.

Requirements

Requirements:
1. A laptop/computer (with net connectivity) for coding and demo.
2. A mobile phone and a VR device for testing and demonstrating the VR experiences built.

We need VR Devices (Cardboards / Daydream View / HTC Vives) to test the VR experiences build by an audience. We can make few devices available for all participants, additionally, we can ask participants to get their own devices with themselves.

Speaker bio

Intern for Google Summer of code 2018
Intern for Google Summer of code 2018
Intern for Google Summer of code 2017
Mentor for Google code in 2017
Represented ACM-ICPC Regional 2013
Open source contributor for gocloud and shelter

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