Coursework, notes, and progress while attending NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP)

360 photos and aframe.js

At some point I’d like to play with compositing, and I recently saw some great examples using the aframe javascript library. To try it out, I put some sample images taken with the Ricoh Theta online.

It took me a while to realize this, even with the javascript console yelling at me that the images are not power of 2, but my equirectangular images were 5376 × 2688 so I needed to resize them to 4096 x 2048. Either size worked on my local host but once uploaded online, only the 4096 x 2048 dimension images worked (otherwise it was just a black screen).

Every image is an accidental self portrait! I wear this pink skull necklace a lot.

Museum of Ice Cream

DUMBO Waterfront

Greenpoint at Night

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