Welcome to a new edition of Three.js News. In this episode we have gathered some of the most impressive demos of the past weeks. We will play with fun webgl games, matrix-like maps and visit beautiful landscapes. We will also discover apocalyptic experiences, large terrains and original animations.
This project is Sennheiser’s own webgl experience. It takes us to an apocalyptic and inspiring world. Descending monoliths carry us to a monument of sound. Done by Sehsucht, there is also a mobile version that you can try out.
This matrix-like demo is developed by Mapzen, an open source mapping lab. Tangram is a flexible mapping engine, designed for real-time rendering. It is a new wireframe way to look at your city with a wow effect.
Keep Out is a fun dungeon game for the brave. It was created by Little Workshop, company crafting fine experiences and games for webgl. There is a lot of action, monsters to kill, gold to loot, weapons to win and levels to clear!
Cycle Through The Night
This original Codepen demo was developed by Sascha Sigl. It’s a skeletal animation made in three.js. A modern dandy riding a high wheel bicycle towards a full grey moon gives it an intelligently comic atmosphere.
Ok guys, that’s all for this edition. There were some awesome demos these weeks and featuring them all in a post is a challenge. The ones we listed here are our personal favorites. We will be back soon with more Three.js News…stay tuned.