Babylon.Js Demos originally created by "gryff" in Blender
Created to celebrate the birth of my first grandchild. The starting model is a 3D scan courtesy of the Usher Gallery, Lincoln (UK) and Oliver Laric. The original model was triangulated and had 250,000+ vertices, but was converted to quads and reduced to 35,800+ vertices for display in a webpage using Instant Meshes.
A "dirty vertex" texture was created in Blender to emphasis the shading
The music is "There is Romance" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
Devices : A,B --- * Total File Size : 5.3Mb *
This originally started out as a test for how the Blender Babylon Exporter(BBE) would handle a simple IK rig that had been attached to a rigged character created in MakeHuman. However, after watching a video from a conference in Paris (in French), it developed into something a little more humourous (hopefully).
The number of mesh deform bones was reduced to 26 - the added 8 IK bones, used to create the animation but do not deform the mesh directly, are not exported by the BBE
Also a test of "Append" to add two different .babylon files to a single scene.
Devices : A,B --- * Total File Size : 5.9Mb *
My first major creation two months after beginning experimentation with Babylon.js. The original file size for the animated mesh was 7.05Mb but huge improvements to the Blender Exporter by JCPalmer have reduced the file size to 2.72Mb.
Original royalty free music - "Bassa Island"- composed by Kevin Mcleod at www.incompetech.com
Devices : A,B --- * Total File Size : 3.69Mb *
In 2014 a book was published claiming to have identified "Jack the Ripper" as one Aaron Kosminski by analyzing the DNA found on a "shawl" alleged taken from the scene of the murder of Catherine Eddowes (4th Ripper Victim).
The Eddowes connection to the "shawl" is based on a claim that the DNA shows a sequence mutation which is described as "314.1C". Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys, the forensic scientist who invented DNA fingerprinting, describes this as an "error in nomenclature" for the very common sequence variation 315.1C. Wikipedia : Aaron Kosminski
The animated model shows how the end result for a mutation at 314 or 315 would be chemically identical.
Devices : A,B --- * Total File Size : 127 Kb *
Michael provided the Blender file and gave permission to use his model as a test of BJS. The original model I got from Michael has 4 textures for the house - diffuse, normal, specular, and shadow. However, each texture is extremely large (5000+ x 5000+) - a massive browser download.
So for this test the model was modified in Blender to use only a diffuse texture (2048x2048) with baked in shadows
Devices : A,B,C --- * Total File Size : 7.7Mb - mainly the texture (2048x2048px)*
This little demo started out as looking like a simple task but it turns out that creating maps for these old globes was quite a complex business and the skills of the old globe makers is impressive
The globe makers created strips of textures called "gores" which were then glued onto a sphere. No NASA maps back then !!
Devices : A,B,C --- * Total File Size : 2.55Mb - mainly the globe texture (2048x2048px)*