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Who has not dreamed of creating something in 3D, or even better: 3D running in a browser?! Anna and Christina also had this dream, and during a hackathon in early 2018 together they finally fulfilled it by using BabylonJS. They started to build an interactive control panel for managing all IoT devices in their office building. Having had no prior experience whatsoever, they got to know the framework by working with it and having to fix their own mistakes.
In this talk, Anna and Christina will share their experiences using BabylonJS and show you how to get started with building 3D web applications. It will cover all the basics needed to implement a small 3D web app with BabylonJS.
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How to build X in 3D – A short Introduction to BabylonJS
Christina Zenzes is a consultant and software dev. She is part of a team that is developing an interactive control panel for managing all IoT devices in her company's office building. She likes to grow plants on her balcony, pet cats, cook, and eat.
Anna Backs is a software developer and IT-consultant. She is part of a small team building an interactive 3D-control panel for managing the IoT devices in her company's office building. In her free time, she walks her dog and drinks coffee.