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ARCHIVED BLIP
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ASSESS?

Despite the fervor surrounding the spate of new headsets, we believe there are many VR and AR scenarios that make sense in the browser, particularly on mobile. Given this trend, we have seen an uptick in usage of Three.js, a powerful JavaScript visualization and 3D rendering framework. The growth in support for WebGL, which it is based on, has helped adoption, as has the vibrant community supporting this open source project.

History for Three.js

Mar 2017
Assess?

Despite the fervor surrounding the spate of new headsets, we believe there are many VR and AR scenarios that make sense in the browser, particularly on mobile. Given this trend, we have seen an uptick in usage of Three.js, a powerful JavaScript visualization and 3D rendering framework. The growth in support for WebGL, which it is based on, has helped adoption, as has the vibrant community supporting this open source project.

Nov 2016
Assess?

Despite the fervor surrounding the spate of new headsets, we believe there are many VR and AR scenarios that make sense in the browser, particularly on mobile. Given this trend, we have seen an uptick in usage of Three.js, a powerful JavaScript visualization and 3D rendering framework. The growth in support for WebGL, which it is based on, has helped adoption, as has the vibrant community supporting this open source project.