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:statue_of_liberty: Archive of Presentations and Workshop Materials of the A-Frame NYC Meetup Group

Welcome to the A-Frame Meetup NYC

You can find here an archive of slides, presentations and workshop materials that are shared in our events.

About the Meetup

Intro

Event Log

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Cubes Spacewalk Gaze Ball Game

Kickoff of the A-Frame NYC Meetup


Friday, March 16, 2018

Island

Recap and Overview A-Frame 101

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Workshop at Parsons School of Design

Creating Components and playing with Physics


Thursday, May 05, 2018

Bowling

Recap of the Parsons Workshop and Overview A-Frame 102


Thursday, May 31, 2018

Propelify AR

Overview A-Frame 103 & Presentation


Friday, June 29, 2018

Wakanda Forever Booth AR

Overview A-Frame 100 & Presentation


Thursday, September 6, 2018

Data Visualization Project

A-Frame 104 Workshop; Dissecting a data visualization project

  1. Project Concept by Debra Anderson
  2. “A-Frame Pro Mode” Slides by Brian Chirls

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Logo AR

A-Frame 105 Workshop; Emphasis web-based AR Overview A-Frame 105 & Presentation


Friday, October 26, 2018

Logo AR

A-Frame 106 Workshop; Immersive Halloween Challenge


Thursday, December 13, 2018

Logo AR

A-Frame 107: Immersive Holiday Challenge


Wednesday, February 20, 2019

last years recap

A-Frame 108: Kickstart WebXR in 2019 with A-Frame’s Release 0.9


Thursday, March 14, 2019

workshop screenshot

A-Frame 109: Intro to building components


Thursday, April 11, 2019

workshop screenshot

A-Frame 110: Creating Ambience: Lights, Materials, and Animation


Thursday, May 07, 2019

workshop screenshot

A-Frame 111: A glance at Shaders: Tinkering with ShaderFrog


Meetup Challenges

This year 2019 all meetup members are encouraged to take part of a Take Home Project we named “A-Robots”.

As a part of a larger project that we are building together over the course of this year, every member is building their own creation. Based on each individuals coding knowledge and comfort with the technology, every member will progressively add and integrate step by step what we are learning in each workshop. This is not only designed to help every participant to grow their A-Frame knowledge but also drive active participation and collaboration within the meetup and everyone is following along with the workshop lesson plan.

Outlined below is the list of steps of the last months for any new members to catch up

The first step:

Need Inspiration? robot illustrations

The second step:
  1. Cheerful / Happy
  2. Charmed / In Love
  3. Amused / Laughing
  4. Surprised / Shocked
  5. Sad / Dissapointed
  6. Angry / Unhappy

Tip: You can achieve this expressions by looking into facial impressions, body posture, or other creative ways, maybe even words on a screen, sign or speaking bubble.
Research how Pixar, Disney, Dreamworks and other creators are applying emotional cues to inanimate objects. Subtle works.

Need Inspiration? robot emotion illustrations

The third step:

Tip: Think about movie posters, it doesn’t have to be complicated.

Need Inspiration? robot emotion illustrations

The forth step:

Tip: Use the shader to visualize engine thrusters, magic powers or emotional cues

Need Inspiration? robot emotion illustrations


Meetup Resources

Support & Contact

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