can anybody share experiences putting 3d-files online using html5 using webGl editors?
for my interactive online presentations i still use wirefusion, a java based software. its a little bit outdated, which i did not mind until now.
since some months, java-content is blocked in all browsers for security issues, so the visitor has to click away a warning and confirm to accept the risk. this is a severe restriction, but oracle does not seem to care and there has not been any reaction since months. so i think its time to make a change.
html5 includes webGL, so this looks like a good option as there is no plugin needed to show and view 3d content within the browser.
as i have very poor programming skills, i am searching for a software with a grafic interface. i know, there is “VSR WebGL Export” from virtualshape, a free rhino-plugin. but it does not seem to offer possibilities to create interfaces to interact with the model.
- possibilities to show / hide parts of models
- use animations (object and camera)
- change textures
- create interface elements (buttons, checkboxes, radio buttons, sliders, …)
to show what i mean, here are some examples i created with wirefusion:
besides the rhino plugin i found some standalone applications, but i am not shure, if they fit my needs:
also found webGlstudio, just cant find how to use it.
does anybody have experiences with the above or other software?
ot anything else to recommend?