Past Meetup

A-Frame 109: Intro to building components

This Meetup is past

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## RECAP (Wednesday, February 20, 2019) ##
https://github.com/roland-dubois/aframe-meetup-nyc/blob/master/meetup_aframe108_02-20-2019.md
Catch up on older lectures:
https://github.com/roland-dubois/aframe-meetup-nyc

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## AGENDA (2 hours) ##
Show & Tell:
- TwoTone, a free and open-source web app that turns data into sound and music, imagined and developed by Datavized Technologies with the support of Google News Initiative (launched March 5, 2019)
- Debra, our co-host is talking about link traversing.
- Members Jeff and Pilar are going to talk for a few minutes about their progress on the A-Frame NYC take-home project "A-Robots"

(30 minutes total)

Presentation:
The topic for this meetup - Think Lego: How to get started with components in A-Frame. Demo and walkthrough of example code.
(20 minutes)

Formation of workshop groups:
Depending on the workshop attendance, we are going to group people together (2 to 5 people per group) so they can help each other troubleshoot.
(10 minutes)

Workshop:
Heads down on the machines, making some magic happen.
(60 minutes)

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## WHAT TO BRING ##
Fully charged laptops and smartphones to test.

Aframe NYC provides the following devices for testing:
• Google Cardboard, and 3rd party mobile headsets
• GearVR (sponsored by Samsung)
• Oculus Go (sponsored by Prime8)
• Windows MR devices (sponsored by Virtuleap)

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## IMPORTANT ##
For anyone that missed any previous meetups, please review the slides archive and demo files:
https://github.com/roland-dubois/aframe-meetup-nyc

Make sure to show up in a timely manner when you RSVP, we only have limited seats. If you can't make it - free up your spot and give another member a chance to participate.
WE WILL START ON TIME. Out of respect to everyone that arrives punctually and in order to coordinate and manage our new workshop structure we won't wait for latecomers.

Newcomers are welcome. No prior code experience needed.
To all our regulars - bring a friend and give them a chance to dive into this amazing medium!

Please make sure you arrive a few minutes in advance to connect your devices to WiFi and get setup:
https://it.newschool.edu/services/network-and-phone/wireless-network/newschool-guest-wireless-network