Canvatorium is a long-term side project where I can explore Spatial Computing UI/UX. It’s a place where I can test ideas and build small components for my other projects, many of which I can’t talk about.
Developing and learning in public is my favorite way to improve as a developer and Canvatorium is my way of doing that. I use this project as a place to document and share what I’m learning and building.
I created a landing page for the project here: vrhermit.com/canvatorium
- Labs are all about exploring concepts and ideas for spatial computing, VR, AR, MR, etc. I publish all labs on my website when they are done.
- Benches are 3D scenes that I use to test ideas or learn my way around Babylon JS. I don’t often publish benches, but you can find them all on the dev site.
- Look for the
<code/>button on the overlay on a lab or bench to view the code on GitHub
There are a few ways to follow along.
- I post frequent updates on X and Threads using the handle @vrhermit
- All published labs end up in the RSS feed on my site
- All code is available at Radical Canvatorium on GitHub
If you have any feedback about a lab or even if you have an idea that you would like me to test, just reply here or anywhere you find me online. I have around 200 lab ideas on my list, but I’m always happy to add to that.
Meta-question for the core team: Is Canvatorium suitable for the Community Demos page?