I love the looks!
Mechanics is nice, though I’d prefer not to have to scroll all the way to the next point. E.g. I’d like it better if it scrolled on its own (bot went) to the next waypoint.
Loading time 7 seconds is fine but just a bit too slow for my taste. You can speed it up by simply using http 2.
Thanks a lot for your feedback. We wanted the users to explore a little bit and have some control over the movement. We did limit the number of scrolls from 3 to 2 to go to the next point which we believe will help.
About loading time, looks like the most time is spent downloading the Babylon.js library ( 2.1mb ). We are still looking for ways to optimize it though, so any suggestions are very welcome.
HTTP/2 definitely speeds up loading.
Only other trick I have up my sleeve is removing logo and progress indicator while loading; e.g. https://www.vrspace.org/ appears to load instantly, because 3d elements are rendered once loaded. This approach would in your case cause html to render right away, but droid etc would pop up few seconds after, while visitor still reads the page title.
Not that it matters, you page looks great anyway
My feedback: the loading time needs to be cut down. Not sure if that’s just a matter of cdn issues or needing to prioritize which assets are absolutely necessary for the first dom-paint of the landing page but a user should see content within a second.
Thanks a lot for the feedback. Yes, loading time is something we will work on in the future as well. This is a first version, the idea is to expand the 3D interaction further so we will definitely get back on the things we can improve. This is really great feedback, thanks.
Hey there, thank you for your kind words. This was exactly what we were aiming at. Providing a different experience while still feeling familiar to the standard website navigation. Yes, we were just looking at tree shaking, thanks a lot for the suggestion.
I don’t know what sort of Internet you Guys have. I get an average 2 seconds loading time with what I believe to be a ‘basic’ download speed. Sure things can still be improved but when it comes to just this sort of comments, I’d say you can consider it a success