Creating an Appealing 3D-visualization Tool for Baseboards in the Web Browser
Abstract: Today a lot of libraries, tools and techniques exist to create visual appealing renders for the web. In this thesis, a prototype for visualizing baseboards in the web browser was developed. The prototype demonstrates how certain libraries and techniques were used in order to achieve a generalized, appealing and realistic visualization of the baseboards in a 3D-visualization. This paper also covers why certain libraries and techniques were used for this prototype. The resulting prototype, use Three.js and takes advantage of PBR, different mapping methods and lighting sources that can be changed during runtime through a GUI. To get results on different aspects, such as the visual appeal, how realistic, and what lighting sources worked best for the prototype, a web-survey was sent out and the results evaluated. The evaluation showed that the usage of PBR, a roughness-metalness workflow, environment mapping, physical correct lighting and a point light solution in Three.js all made a good job in creating an appealing, generalized and realistic visualization tool for the web.
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