I am going to be writing a lot of articles about code in the coming months, and I’m doing some of one project in Three.JS.
Well, you might be interested to know that means I’ll be trying to include some interactive 3D rendering in my articles like this. If it ever stops working I ask that you let me know, but I think it’s going to stick around and be epic.
With thanks to ThreeJSFundamentals.org for this one, I figured I’d demonstrate this as a quick proof of concept for how far you can go with articles. Who needs to stick to flat test or even mere pictures when you can embed an entire videogame in your article if you wanted to?
Let’s GOOOOOOOOOOOOOO (note to self: get DOOM as an embed)
We’re living in a new age where crazy things are becoming possible, and I really want to open people’s minds to the possibilities, and I think this is one way to do it.
This has been a rough year for people’s optimism and I think we all need to be reminded every now and then that we are living in the greatest time in humanity’s history SO FAR. We’re just going crazy stuck at home or bored, or having issues with an unstable job market and tough finances. We’re seeing negative things people of ages past couldn’t see, which wouldn’t have to affect us but that we let make us anxious and depressed. We need to be looking for the good in the world around us because there’s plenty of that present too.
Stuff is cool and technology is awesome if you learn how to leverage it. Who knows, maybe I’ll write articles with the sole purpose to give you mini-games to play with when you’re bored. I’ll have to take a few weeks and make a template first so I can spin them up quickly, but if I can manage such a project, you and I are gonna have a lot of fun together, dear reader. Who knows, maybe I’ll start a trend and be the first blog of many like this?
I think we have a great opportunity ahead of us in coming years where we’ll be able to have another generation of the internet much like the flash-games era of so many years ago. At least some of us like myself miss those days. Those were good times. New technologies are being designed all the time and improvements to make it easier for people to develop.
Again, let me know if you can’t see it rendering. It should be rendering on mobile too. It’s well supported by all the browsers now. If you’re interested in learning more, you can go play with the threejs.org toys. Go have fun! there’s a bunch of them. You can play a french pinball or just go on this acid trip, headphones on.