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WebGLStudio.js

Open-source, browser-based 3D graphics suite
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What is WebGLStudio.js?

It is an open-source, browser-based 3D graphics suite. You can edit scenes and materials, design effects and shaders, code behaviours, and share your work - all within a browser using standard web technologies.
WebGLStudio.js is a tool in the Open Source Design Tools category of a tech stack.
WebGLStudio.js is an open source tool with 3.6K GitHub stars and 363 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to WebGLStudio.js's open source repository on GitHub

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WebGLStudio.js's Features

  • Export and share your work by sending a single link
  • Supports the LiteFileSystem.js
  • Provides a single interface for all coding, graph compositing and timeline features
  • Easily extended, component-based system for controlling the rendering pipeline and interaction event hooks

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