WebGL 3D Game Development with Babylon.js

Do you have a great idea for a 3D game? If you want to build it with the same open source framework used to create Assassin's Creed Pirates, don't miss this exciting event! Babylon.js is a free, open source gaming framework that streamlines WebGL functionality. Use it to create 3D games and apps which work on every browser that has a GPU device.

In this Jump Start training with live Q&A, join the creators of Babylon.js for an entertaining deep dive into 3D game development, including a look at collisions, particles, shadows, and texture. Explore basic 3D concepts, create a 3D scene, and connect the 3D assets creation tool to your website or app. Don't miss this chance to get your questions answered by the ultimate experts!

Course Outline:

  • 3D on the Web : Understanding the Basics
  • WebGL Basics
  • Using Babylon.js for Beginners
  • Universal Apps
  • Game Pipeline Integration with Babylon.js
  • Loading Assets
  • Babylon.js: Advanced Features
  • Special Effects
Instructor Team
David Catuhe | Microsoft Senior Program Manager | @deltakosh

David Catuhe is driving HTML5 and open web standards evangelization for Microsoft. He defines himself as a geek. David loves developing with JavaScript and HTML5 but also with DirectX, C#, C++, or even Kinect. (He wrote a book about it, which is available on Amazon.) He is the father of Babylon.js and hand.js. Follow him on his MSDN blog.

David Rousset | Microsoft Technical Evangelist | @davrous

David Rousset is a Technical Evangelist working for Microsoft France. He is mainly focused on HTML5 in general but he also works a lot on gaming projects for the Windows Store (using Unity3D or DirectX). He is a frequent speaker at several famous French web conferences, including Paris Web and Kiwi Party. From time to time, he leaves his beautiful country to share his passion as a speaker at international conferences, such as BUILD2012. He is part of the team building the WebGL Babylon.js engine. Follow him on his blog.

Live Event Details
October 16 & 23, 2014
9:00am–1:00pm PDT
What: Jump Start training with live Q&A
Cost: Free
Audience: Advanced game developers

To get the most from this course, JavaScript skills, along with a good understanding of HTML and CSS and of basic mathematics concepts, are important.