Join Engin Arslan for an in-depth discussion in this video Animation rig, part 2, part of Learning 3D Graphics on the Web with Three.js.
- [Instructor] Let's first move the camera on the Z axis,…using the camera Z position.…So here, I will select the camera Z position…and set the position value Z something like 100.…And I will also give a name to these groups…so that I can find them later on in the update function.…So here, for the camera Z position.…Camera X rotation…and camera Y rotation.…
I will be adding a name…and I will be using their own variable names…as their string names.…Perfect, let's add semicolons as well.…And now, inside the update function,…I will find the camera Z position variable…or object I should say,…and change the position Z value animated…to move the camera closer to the scene.…So I will go to the update function…and here,…using the get object by name methods…of the scene objects, I will find the camera Z position.…
Save it into a variable with the same name…and I will update this variable.…With each call to the update function by a small amount.…Let's check out our scene to see what's going on.…Perfect, now you can see the…
- Building a simple scene
- Creating three.js 3D objects
- Adding light and shadows
- Animating with Tween.js
- Working with materials and textures
- Editing and importing geometries
- Creating a particle system
- Post-processing with effects and shaders
Skill Level Intermediate
Adobe Animate CC: HTML5 Canvas and WebGLwith Joseph Labrecque1h 36m Intermediate
HTML5: Graphics and Animation with Canvaswith Joe Marini3h 7m Intermediate
1. Building a Simple Scene
2. Three.js Scene Object
5. Materials and Textures
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