3D Modelling/Examples

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AFrame Example Durlach or AFrame Sample 360 Degree Image - Look around by draging mouse with mouse button pressed
Paper anaglyph 3D objects produce an 3D image at low cost without the requirement of IT - suitable for inclusion in paper based learning resources incorporating 3D views of a learning object.
Screenshot of Crystal Lattice with Hugin Sky Background in AFrame. Use cursor keys to move crystal lattice.
Kanji-Marker[1] für AR.js - das 3D-Modell wird auf dem Marker im Kamerabild platziert.

The following learning resource generated to explore existing frameworks and examples on the web that use 3D modelling.


List of Examples[edit | edit source]

Learning Tasks[edit | edit source]

  • (Videoconferencing and 3D Modelling) Explore some examples and here and explain how 3D models can be used on markers with AR.js in a video conference. Explain how these 3D models got increased importance during home schooling scenarios during COVID-19.
  • (Digital Filter) Analyze the generic principles of digital filters and transfer the mechanism e.g. on anaglyph images, tranparent colours of objects in a 3D scene, to identify the 3D location of objects even if the objects are covered by other objects.

External Examples[edit | edit source]

Applications[edit | edit source]

360-Degree Video[edit | edit source]

  • Youtube Example of National Parks - published by Google, select Fullscreen in Youtube Video and use the cursor buttons in the top right to look around in the video.
  • Valiant 360 Degree Video[3] - See top video on the website and drag mouse to look around. Furthermore it contains a repository to create your own 3D videos. Learn how to create the video with Hugin (see also IEEE Viewport-adaptive navigable 360-degree video[4]).

Create your own 3D-Products[edit | edit source]

If you decide to create your own 3D products, then try learning moduls for OpenSource environments explained in Create 3D-Models

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Kanji-Marker, der vom ARToolkit auf Github zur Verfügung gestellt wird (aufgerufen am 12.12.2017) - https://github.com/artoolkit/artoolkit5/blob/master/doc/patterns/Kanji%20pattern.pdf
  2. Paul Brunt (2012) SnappyTree Demo Tree Generation URL: http://www.snappytree.com - GitHub-Repository: https://github.com/supereggbert/SnappyTree - (accessed 2021/05/07)
  3. Charlie Hoey (2017) Valiant360 - 360 degree videos in browser, URL: http://flimshaw.github.io/Valiant360/ (accessed 2019/06/07)
  4. Corbillon, X., Simon, G., Devlic, A., & Chakareski, J. (2017, May). Viewport-adaptive navigable 360-degree video delivery. In 2017 IEEE international conference on communications (ICC) (pp. 1-7). IEEE.