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  • #41389
    Philip Fong
    Customer

    Intro to Web3D

    Here are three jobs and one prototype since the beginning of Verge3D, special thanks to VMT SOLUTIONS LTD for the windows pop-up script, and Narendra Navale for the Youtube parameters. :good:

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    #41400

    Nice 3d website! :good: :good: :good:

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    #41435
    visualizer
    Participant

    Hi
    Mr. Phillip

    That’s really a cool looking appearance of website. I liked the 3D feel you created for landing page. Great !

    The future is all about 3D and eventually all websites are going to be in 3d only. Great that Verge is capable of such cool things & evolving further.

    Thank you for credits ! /|\ :)

    Regards

    #41453

    Well done. Nice to see different usages on one site.

    *Is this not a project post instead of a tutorial post?

    Jurgen Van Tomme

    #41464
    Philip Fong
    Customer

    Hi,
    I don’t have the time to make a tutorial, there are three projects in the samples and the Lancome bottle is a prototype for an ad agency but they changed their mind, no reason given.
    My guess is that they are afraid of depending on me alone for such an upgrade, that is why almost no ad agencies in my country use 3D other than the TV stations.

    I waited 20 years for this kind of technology and was using Flash to HTML5 interactive animation but the web design industry also behaves the same. They want to prolong their comfort zone, too bad for a young talent like me to realize there is no career prospect now at 53.

    In order to facilitate the transition is by introducing ready-to-use templates, with pre-created scenes that can be modified easily, also cheap enough for small businesses, so that it becomes a trend.

    I hope someone can assemble the puzzle blocks to demonstrate each feature so that non-scripting designers are more willing to adopt.

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