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.
⚡️ Performance: A-Frame is a thin framework on top of three.js. Although A-Frame uses the DOM, A-Frame does not touch the browser layout engine. Performance is a top priority, being battle-tested on highly interactive WebVR experiences.
🌐 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.
🔍 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.
🏃 Features: Hit the ground running with A-Frame's built-in components such as geometries, materials, lights, animations, models, raycasters, shadows, positional audio, tracked controllers. 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 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.
Stay in Touch
- To hang out with the community, join the A-Frame Slack.
A Week of A-Frameon the A-Frame blog.
- Follow @aframevr on Twitter.
Get involved! Check out the Contributing Guide for how to get started.
This program is free software and is distributed under an MIT License.