Don’t have an expensive VR rig? No problem! AFrame supports platforms as simple as desktops, mobile phones or Google Cardboard. I find it impressive that the AFrame platform supports advanced rigs like Vive and Rift. I’m looking forward to seeing support for Microsoft Mixed Reality too.
Here’s a quick “hello world” experience for you to test drive.
Projects Built with AFrame
— Mark Lane (@Convert3D) July 3, 2017
Augmented Reality in 10 Lines of HTML
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This seems super approachable ? pic.twitter.com/XSbLvwcmLz
— The Practical Dev (@ThePracticalDev) April 10, 2017
— A-Frame (@aframevr) March 30, 2017
How can you get started with AFrame today?
Make sure to check out the impressive community of plugins on the AFrame registry
If you’re in the Florida area, I would like to invite you to the DevFest Florida 2017. All the Google developer groups in Florida have combined forces to throw an awesome developer party and learning conference. Join us for a great weekend of networking, learning, and hacking! Learn more at https://devfestflorida.org/.
— ?DevFest Florida (@DevFestFlorida) August 13, 2017
Michael Rosario of InnovativeTeams.NET