This video starts with me talking about the diference between React and ReactDOM. React Three Fiber uses React to keep track of 3D objects that gets rendered in a webGL canvas via three.js . The result is the ability to code 3D environments the same way you are used to code a React Web Application. We can even add physics and animation to the 3D objects in the world. In this example we place a Box on a Plane inside a Skybox of stars. We then add physics to let the box fall on the plane and finally we interact with the box by attaching a click event to the box. For the physics we are using React hooks for
Cannon.js.Code for the video: https://github.com/danba340/react-three-fiber-exampleSay hi on twitter: https://twitter.com/barelydaniel0:00 React vs ReactDOM1:13 React Three Fiber2:18 Boilerplate3:20 Creating a Box4:20 Controlling the camera5:35 Lights6:23 SkyBox of Stars7:00 Creating a Ground Plane9:00 Physics with Cannon.js11:30 Interacting via Click Event13:00 Outro
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