I’m beginning to think about an idea, and would like some feedback from the community (also, what’s up @RaananW ). I am part of a lot of webxr discords, and I feel like I’m not seeing as much babylonjs usage as I would like. I’m deeply impressed by cryptovoxels, and I think we should have a lot more stuff like that, and also a lot more “artist demos” that reach beyond this forum.
I’m wondering if this idea would be helpful in this regard: (1.) what if I made a bunch of glitch.com examples (VR, very basic) to demonstrate a lot of basic concepts (but again, in vr), and then (2.) maybe did a weekly (or every other week) online two hour hackathon, where people could fork them and do something with them (maybe it should be recorded and/or be a youtube thing, idk-- I’m not the most public person on the planet).
But, I’m trying to learn more VR babylon stuff every day, and I want to build more capacity for it, and I want to bring more artists into it (artists, game designers, hybrids, etc.). Again, I’ve never done anything like this before (though I have done a ton of just “pure arts organizing”); so, comments, thoughts, feedback, offers to help, whatever, is appreciated.