Simple 3D animation question

David Bovill david.bovill at
Sun Apr 19 09:55:43 EDT 2020

Thanks for all the input - threeJS is great. I’ll take your advice on that. I haven’t updated my knowledge on it for a couple of years.

FYI - a reason for using Livecode exists outside of the actual animation. It’s the educational aspect and geometry. Would like to be able to explore the language and coding as a learning experience as a follow up in Livecode rather than JavaScript.
On 19 Apr 2020, 01:27 +0100, Mark Wieder via use-livecode <use-livecode at>, wrote:
> On 4/18/20 1:56 PM, hakan at wrote:
> > When teaching my students about hybrid apps I usually do a session
> > called "Vad är klockan vart då?" (What is the time where?) Where we have
> > a globe in a browser widget, that you can spin and tap. When you tap a
> > location we have a clock-widget set to the current time at that
> > location. The globe is driven by d3js, which is a really powerful
> > visualization library written in JavaScript. Without resorting to
> > builder or embedding some other graphic library I don't think that would
> > be possible at the current state of LiveCode graphics. But on the other
> > hand it is really nice to see how easily you can combine the browser
> > widget with LiveCode.
> >
> > So to conclude I also would suggest to resort to a browser widget and
> > then add something like:
> >
> >
> > (Built with threes)
> There was an amazing demonstration of data visualization using threejs
> at SCaLE last month. I got hooked right away.
> --
> Mark Wieder
> ahsoftware at
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