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README.md

WebGLStudio

WebGLStudio.js

WebGLStudio.js is an open-source, browser-based 3D graphics suite. You can edit scenes and materials, design effects and shaders, code behaviours, and share your work - all within a browser using standard web technologies.

Some important WebGLStudio.js features:

  • A full 3D graphics engine (LiteScene.js) that supports multiple lights, shadowmaps, realtime reflections, custom materials, postFX, skinning, animation, and much more.
  • An easily extended, component-based system for controlling the rendering pipeline and interaction event hooks
  • An easy to use, what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG) editor that provides a single interface for all coding, graph compositing and timeline features.
  • A graph editor for controlling behaviours, shaders and post-processing effects, using LiteGraph.js.
  • Supports the LiteFileSystem.js, a virtual file system that allows drag-and-drop storage of resources on the web, with configurable quotas, users and shared folders.
  • Export and share your work by sending a single link.

For more information, visit http://webglstudio.org

Interface

Features missing:

  • Mesh editing, you cannot select faces and move them
  • Support for FBX, it has some sort of support but not fully functional
  • Physics

Installing

To install WebGLStudio.js, copy the editor files to your server, then install LiteFileSystem.js into a fileserver/ folder within the editor/ directory. LiteFileSystem is a library that handles remote file storage. For more information, see the /INSTALL.md file and the LiteFileSystem.js documentation.

Feedback

Send all feedback to javi.agenjo@gmail.com

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