On Saturday at BarCampBrighton4 I explained the basics of 3D rendering using the simple HTML5 canvas drawing API.
As promised here are the files :
I’ve been meaning to do a screen cast of this for a while, so please let me know if it’s something you’d be interested in and I’ll push it up the to-do list.
[UPDATE : Wanna see more? Please vote for my SXSW session! Visual HTML5 effects]
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Yes, please push it up the to-do list! 🙂
Thanks guys! And I’ll do that derLobster 🙂
Pretty cool! I wonder how long it’l take before someone makes a successful game using HTML5 techniques…
It’s funny you should mention that… watch this space 😉
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How can you rotate the 3D objects in the X, Y and Z axis?
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Thanks for posting all these links .
Its a very nice example and it helped a lot in understanding the things.
Can you please share the .js files mentioned in the .htm source code..
I wish to study the code … and wish to further draw 3D cubes and so on.
Did you get a response to your query