Our company Hapticmedia is using Babylon.js since 2014! And some of us (vousk, nico, yuccai, pierre, yvele) contributed a little bit to Babylon.js.
Thank you so much for Babylon.js and thanks deltakosh for it’s kindness
I made a quick video that showcase how Babylon.js is used within Apviz:
Feel free to visit our apviz.io website, there are also some code integrations and demos on the documentation page: How to integrate a 3D configurator to a website | Apviz.io (with JSFiddle and CodeSanbox links to play around )
Apviz and Hapticmedia are focused on high quality rendering for luxury brands, let me know what do you think about or rendering, and about 3D configurators business
(PS: I’m sending this just before going to holidays, hope to read feedbacks after I come back )
Woot! this is excellent!
@PirateJC we need to add it to our homepage
Yes, thanks to all for the work and continuous improvements of BJS!!
Special friendly nod to all those in the beginning (@Deltakosh, @RaananW, Temechon, @davrous, @JCPalmer, @julien-moreau, @Dad72, and later on @nasimiasl, @sebavan… sorry for those I forget).
And of course, I’m pretty sure we’ll get a reaction from old beloved fellow @Wingnut, always on the lookout for various achievements with BJS
Niiiiiiiiice! Product configuration is the future of e-commerce
Looks really cool Are the ground contact shadows pre-baked or realtime. In case it‘s the latter, would you mind sharing how it‘s done?
@thomasaull Pre-baked shadows