VR View for the Web allows you how to put VR image and video content in your site and has been available since early 2017.
In addition to Google’s new vr360 player, YouTube has also begun supporting the format. BBC News Mosul 360 Overhead Video showcases their new player abilities on a feature page.
The players are just beginning to warm up.
A-Frame: An Introduction. With the ubiquitous arrival of vr360, WebGL and WebVR content, A-Frame, by Mozilla, gives creatives the freedom to incorporate current media in a fashion that no other currently provides. Using a three.js base, A-Frame brings its power to the hands of those more comfortable using markup and json than anything before it.
Theta Developers Beta is a site dedicated to those using and coding for vr360 images and video. While primarily intended for its camera, there are things of interest to owners of competitor cameras as well.
Paul Bourke’s Home Page is a site far ahead of its time. We are only now beginning to use many of the formulas and methods that he described over a decade ago in WebGL, WebVR and VR 360 image processing and conversion. You can find much of what appears in three.js and A-Frame in mathematical and formulaic context.
Another weekend behind us and another one in front for which to yearn. Yet it is the week day that gives us the most to look forward to. It is when we enter our regular routine. Our habit. The weekend is the two day period that breaks it up and should certainly be enjoyed. But that is only 28.57 percent of the week.
Monday is the day that your good attitude and perspective is your greatest asset and friend. Alone in the shower where your thoughts are free to wander, the plans for the week, whether working or not, begin to froth and come alive. The synaptic nerves rekindle between the shampoo and conditioner. You attentively shave and behold the image you present to the world. It is your day, and this is your week.
The commutes we face each day give us a chance for exercise, reading, writing, listening or watching something. If you can mix it up, you are already that much further ahead. We are creatures of habit, and whatever we do, particularly from one Monday to the next, are likely to be done regularly. Whether we fill that 71.43 percent of the work week with vice or virtue, pleasure or pain, one thing is generally guaranteed. This one will be like the last one, as will the next one.
Monday is a great day to make that positive change. It is the first opportunity this week that you will be able to put a smile on someone’s face–even your own! It is a great time to start a new habit and break an old one.