A web framework for building virtual reality experiences.
👓 Virtual Reality Made Simple: A-Frame handles the 3D and WebVR
boilerplate required to get running across platforms including mobile, desktop,
Vive, and Rift just by dropping in
❤️ Declarative HTML: HTML is easy to read and copy-and-paste. Since A-Frame can be used from HTML, A-Frame is accessible to everyone: web developers, VR enthusiasts, educators, artists, makers, kids.
🌐 Cross-Platform: Build VR applications for Vive, Rift, Daydream, GearVR, and Cardboard. Don't have a headset or controllers? No problem! A-Frame still works on standard desktop and smartphones.
⚡️ Performance: A-Frame is optimized from the ground up for WebVR. While
A-Frame uses HTML, Custom Elements don't touch the browser layout engine. All
3D object updates are all done in memory with little overhead under a single
🔍 Visual Inspector: A-Frame provides a built-in visual 3D inspector
with a workflow similar to a browser's developer tools and interface similar to
Unity. Open up any A-Frame scene and hit
<ctrl> + <alt> + i.
📦 Registry: Reuse powerful components that other A-Frame developers have created and shared. The A-Frame Registry collects and curates components similar to the Unity Asset Store. Stand on the shoulders of giants and plug in components right from HTML.
🏃 Features: Hit the ground running with A-Frame's built-in components such as geometries, materials, lights, animations, models, raycasters, shadows, positional audio, Vive / Touch / Cardboard controls. Get even further with community components such as particle systems, physics, multiuser, oceans, mountains, speech recognition, or teleportation!
Build VR scenes in the browser with just a few lines of HTML! To start playing and publishing now, remix the starter example on Glitch:
With A-Frame's entity-component architecture, we can drop in community components from the ecosystem (e.g., ocean, physics) and plug them into our objects straight from HTML:
To use the latest stable build of A-Frame, include
To check out the stable and master builds, see the
npm install --save aframe# Or yarn add --save aframe
// e.g., with Browserify or Webpack.
git clone https://github.com/aframevr/aframe.git # Clone the repository.cd aframe && npm install # Install dependencies.npm start # Start the local development server.
And open in your browser http://localhost:9000.
npm run dist
For questions and support, ask on StackOverflow.
A Week of A-Frameon the A-Frame blog.
Get involved! Check out the Contributing Guide for how to get started.
This program is free software and is distributed under an MIT License.