I hope you are having a good day.
Let me preface this post by mentioning that I am still a complete newbie to the general field of web design, and I only recently started experimenting with babylon.js. So far, my experiences have been quite enjoyable, and I am gradually getting used to the different terminology. I was previously getting used to three.js before discovering babylon.js.
Now, onto my issue. I am interested in creating my own personal website (much to the dismay of many web designers, I am sure). While it likely won’t see the light of anyone else’s monitors or phones, it is a source of immense interest. In my ever-expanding quest to find inspiration and ideas I stumbled upon this French web designer website https://www.lahautesociete.com/
To say the least, I am utterly enthralled by their shifting background, the waves that protrude from the center, and the particles/twisted grid rotating around their symbol. As a result, I have decided to take the tall task of creating a similar background. I have a multitude of modifications in mind, some feasible, and some highly unlikely. The main difficulty I am having is trying to find the general description of what exactly this effect is (for further research and analysis) and what exactly this type of background would be called? A particle mesh seems like it could be in the right direction, but I can’t find much with more similarities.
Honestly, my issue likely stems from my lack of experience. This is either something far ahead of me, or it is something I have overlooked for thinking it is more difficult then it is.
To summarize, I would like someone to help point me in the right direction. Definitely not asking anyone to do the actual process of design.
Apologies for this lengthy post and maybe not 100% accurate or up to date terminology. Thank you for reading this far and thank you to those who reply. This slightly overreaching newbie looks forward to developing a beautiful background and I hope this silly question isn’t too silly.
Lastly, is this a good amount of detail for a post, or should I be utterly straight to the point next time?