Wonderful article on Medium by Uve, titled: “Eleven examples of how WebVR is being used today”. His post is based on the talk he gave on WebXR on the 5th of July 2017 originally called “How is WebVR currently used?”
Examples. Hello WebVR · Hello Metaverse · 360° Image · 360° Image Gallery · 360° Video · Animation · Anime UI · Audio Visualization · Lights · Shopping · Snowglobe · Tracked Controllers · A-Blast · A-Painter · A Saturday Night · City Builder · Museum.
Construct Arcade (CA) is an immersive web games portal, a place where developers can publish their games to a community of gamers. Through the power of the WebXR Device API, immersive web games can be played on almost any VR platform without installing them. This doesn’t just save storage space on the device, but also reduces …
By LucidWeb: MoMu, Cousteau en Olivier Theyskens collaborated on a 360° video experience where the visitor is guided through the expo in a virtual tour, by the voice of Olivier Theyskens, creating an intimate atmosphere.
On this site,Made by Fabien Benetou for the VRLab Brussels Meetup, you can make your WebAR experiment yourself! You use the examples as boiler plates, in order to create something in very little time. Click Show in the header to see your app live. Updates to your code will instantly deploy and update live.
This is a cool flight simulator game made by Iberia. Control the plane by tilting your head, fly through rings and collect stars to increase your score.
Nespresso created a webvr tour (starting with a drone-flight on the desktop) that shows you how the coffee is grown at their coffee-plantations on Java. The link will take you to the mobile a-frame version.
The BBC and ScanLAB Projects made an educational WebVR experience where you can explore around, look at things to learn more about them. It’s made up of a 360 photos and you navigate around by looking at markers in the world.
SIMMER.io is a site for 3D content and games to be played directly in the web browser. The tagline is: “Discover, Share, Play Anywhere”. It’s a place for Unity developers to share webGL games.
Studio Zero made a countdown website, for the second season of the TV series stranger things where you are in a room from the show and can see a live countdown to the air date.