👓 An experiment with Web VR that allows you to view hand-picked VR samples - http://fintank.github.io/webvr-angular-aframe/index.html MIT License. Created by Fintan Kearney.
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README.md

webvr-angular-aframe

Link: http://fintank.github.io/webvr-angular-aframe/index.html

This application uses Mozilla's AFRAME to allow the viewing of content that I like from across the VR web. I have also introduced Angular, Bower and Grunt.

The Grunt task downloads a list of images and generates thumbnails.

VR mode not supported by desktop browsers. Compatible with Gear VR, Oculus Rift and Google Cardboard.

Installation

You will need to make sure you have ImageMagick installed on your computer.

In the root directory..

  • npm install
  • bower install
  • npm start

The project will then be available locally on http://localhost:3000

Try it out

To do

  • Loading screens when loading 360 images
  • Video content and section on main menu.