Collaborative Live Coding Space with support of user-defined languages and WebVR ready 3D graphics Based on: Virtual World Framework (Croquet) | A-Frame | Ohm language | OSC.js | Cell.js | GunDB and more...
Online at: https://livecoding.space
- [08.2020] All core application components are now ES6 modules
- [10.2019] Krestianstvo Luminary working prototype included
- single page web application
- client-side router (generating instances IDs by client) (about Page.js)
- file storage independent Reflector
- Krestiasntvo Luminary running on Gun DB (client based replcement for Reflector server)
- GunDB storage system for serving
Proxy VWF components,
World save states,
User Inventoriesect. in fully decentralized (peer-to-peer or multi-master) DB (about GunDB)
- GunDB SEA (Security, Encryption, Authorization) framework for user authorization and P2P identities (about SEA)
By default a tiny Reflector server is used for creating a Virtual World instances. But you could try out to connect using the new experimental totaly decentralized solution provided by Krestianstvo Luminary. That will allow to create Virtual World Instances just within Web Browser by a client,using any avaliable decentralized storage GunDB on internet. No any Reflector server needed. In the near future it will be extended with support of securing world instances lists, clients lists, message streams with P2P identities.
alongside with the existed features from the initial version
- Decentralized network model for A-Frame components and entities based on VWF replicated computation architecture
- Ohm language driver for sharing user-defined grammars, parsers, tokenisers inside virtual space
- In browser Code and Properties editor based on Cell.js
- OSC messaging through OSC relay on the client
- Avatars (Simple and GLTF models with animation)
- Multi-window or multi-monitor/multi-machine setups with view offset cameras
- WebRTC for video/audio streaming, 3D positional audio support
- GearVR, Windows MixedReality motion controllers ..
All code is published under the MIT license
Copyright (c) 2014-2020 Nikolai Suslov and the Krestianstvo.org project contributors.
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VWF Apache 2.0 License
ADL VW Sandbox Apache 2.0 License