How to create a default Texture for a scene environment

I’m looking for a default white (?) texture to add to a scene so metallic object don’t appear dark. I dont want to use HDRIs because I don’t want to see anything in the reflections of the model.
The default option for the environment here is basically what I want, unfortunately the code is not open sourced. Can anyone help me how to do this with plain three.js

You can try rendering an empty scene with a white background to a cube render target, then use that render target’s texture as a scene background / environment map.
This example should get you started.

Try using the RoomEnvironment class like in this example:

I created CubeTexture here White Gold (Reflector, custom geometry) and here (see generateCubeMap function).

First of all I’d like to say thank you to everyone that provided an answer. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to achieve any satisfying results :confused:

I did the following, but the metallic object remained the same dark as if not providing any environment at all:

    let cubeRenderTarget = new THREE.WebGLCubeRenderTarget(256);
    cubeRenderTarget.texture.type = THREE.HalfFloatType;
    scene.environment = cubeRenderTarget.texture;

This worked, but it was extremely complicated as I use svelte-cubed which doesn’t expose the renderer after the component has been created. So I had to expose the renderer as it has to be the same renderer that is used to render the scene. Is there a reason the RoomEnvironment isn’t documented? This is the result, is there anything I can do about the light? It looks very artificial in comparison to an HDRI environment.

This looks cool but was a bit too specific for my usecase :slight_smile:

I just started using three.js a couple of days ago, so I’m sure I miss some very obvious points :slight_smile: