Ancient Brain Starter Tutorial (Three.js)

This tutorial shows you how to get started on Ancient Brain (Three.js version).

To be precise, this shows how to start coding on Ancient Brain in the JavaScript programming language, using the Three.js library for the graphics. (You can use other libraries for graphics, notably P5.)

On Ancient Brain, you can edit and run programs in the browser, with no install. You have to register and get a username if you want to save your creations.


Video introduction

Here is a high-level introduction to Ancient Brain. It does not assume you have ever coded, or ever heard of JavaScript graphics.

Notes


Preview

The tutorial will show you how to copy and edit a simple "World" called "One Cube World". (Click on World image to run it.) You will soon be able to make many variants of this World.


One Cube World (...
748 runs ♦ 2 likes
By Starter user  
Created: 11 Apr 2018
Modified: 13 Dec 2019
Simple starter World (Three.js version). Cube of random color. Built-in camera control.
Lamborghini cube
4 runs ♦ 0 likes
By Mark Humphrys  
Created: 13 Dec 2019
Modified: 13 Dec 2019
Simple variant of One Cube World

Get started

Enough talk. Let's start the tutorial!
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