The Capri project

The Capri project

Postby mikhluz » 13 Mar 2015, 14:59

Capri is the largest project our team is working on and perhaps, it is also the largest project using WebGL technology ever made. But only the developers can adequately explain this project. Thanks to this video you can see the Capri project and meet the entire Blend4Web team. We'll briefly tell you about how the Capri project was started and why it is important for the development of the Blend4Web engine and possibly for all WebGL technology.
https://www.blend4web.com

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This article opens a series of video blogs about the workflow of the project. In this blog we'll share demoreels and small video lessons about the process of creating the content of the project or simply to share our success and challenges.

With this project we want not only to raise interest in our engine, but also to show that the functionality of WebGL has overgrown simple demo scenes with cubes and teapots and primitive arcade games.

A video will appear once a week or possibly more often. It will include additional pictures with detailed explanations. You will be able to follow along with the development of the project as well as ask questions about it on our forum https://www.blend4web.com/en/forums/.

Enjoy the video!


youtu.be/YiK11hLCfz0
English subtitles included.
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Re: The Capri project

Postby Akien » 13 Mar 2015, 15:29

Note: the embedded Youtube player in our forum doesn't display subtitles, but if you check the video on Youtube or on the blend4web blog, there are English subtitles: https://www.blend4web.com/en/article/109
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Re: The Capri project

Postby mikhluz » 13 Mar 2015, 16:28

Akien {l Wrote}:Note: the embedded Youtube player in our forum doesn't display subtitles, but if you check the video on Youtube or on the blend4web blog, there are English subtitles: https://www.blend4web.com/en/article/109
O, thanks a lot it's very useful notice.
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