Perfect online 3D editor and player based on JSON

Dear everyone!
I developed perfect 3d editor and builder. See screen shot.

The tools includes the following features:

Functions : Timeline Animation(Move, Rotation, Scale, FadeIn), Object Edit(Texture, Shadow, Position, Rotation, Scale etc), Preview, Build To JSON, Save as Image, Undo/Redo etc

Elements : Plane, Circle, Cube, Sphere, Cylinder, Pyramid, Cone, Tube, Torus

Widgets : Text, Video, Audio, Panorama, PDF, Website, Youtube, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Gallery

Lights : Directional, Point, Spot, Hemisphere, Ambient

Models : FBX, OBJ

Particle : Bubbling, Spawning, Fire-Smoke, Spark, Water, Cloud-Flog, Flame, Snow, Rain.

If you are interesting, pls contact me.

Please check details in here:
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Does this use three.js? Are you going to make a live version at some point?

Dear sir,
Of course , Already tools was developed using three.js.
I think, my 3d editor will improve life cycle of three.js.

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Can you also share a link to your editor? It’s more interesting to interactively give it a try than watching a video about it :wink:

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Thanks for your contact.

You can find the link in my profile for editor:

Thanks regards Niao

Um, why don’t you share the link right here?

You have to understand to make it as easy as possible to start your showcase. No one wants to open your personal website to access it…


I managed to dig it up, and it looks very cool! Having said that, as Mugen pointed out, make it as easy as possible for people to play around with your creation by posting a direct link; there’s nothing to be shy about :smile:! Also, if you intend for it to be used by the community, you should consider open sourcing it on GitHub.


I’m happy to see a perfect editor.


If you need to get more depth functions, we can set project.

This is pretty cool.

Really, wonderful,
I think, the editor wll improve our three.js

Where’s the source code?


@niao : I think he means non-webpack source code. :slight_smile: Just my 2-cents.

Yes indeed I am talking about the OpenSource code repository in which this project hopefully resides or will be residing soon to make it a success.