Smithsonian X 3D for the web. Inspiration for V6


#1

Take a look at this, this is a way to present 3D scans on the web.

http://3d.si.edu/explorer?modelid=58

I really like the way the lights (default scene lights) can be moved around on the sphere in the GUI. This would be great for a default lighting system for V6.

Also look at the “ambient occlusion”.


#2

I really, really like the UI that’s used there.

The effects are great, and it is really easy!


(www.cadwax.com) #3

The layout and icons look familiar - p3d: https://p3d.in/gallery/staffpicks


(Nathan 'jesterKing' Letwory) #4

Nice to see our service linked here as well. I’ve been working on p3d.in since its beginning.

And FYI, I’m working on an uploader/exporter so one can upload directly to p3d.in from inside Rhino :slight_smile:

/Nathan


#5

Is it using the same technology?


(Nathan 'jesterKing' Letwory) #6

I’d check the page source, but the page is currently unavailable. But it could be the same underlying technology WebGL.


#7

+1 to that!


(Nathan 'jesterKing' Letwory) #8

The page is back up, and it indeed is built on top of WebGL.