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“A structure dividing a space into two parts.” – An interactive study of movement, materials, and lighting, created using Three.js.

Recently I have spent some time in developing my knowledge of Three.js.

Starting from the ground up, initially I have focused on the basics, things like simple geometric forms, materials, lighting, and what is still one of my greatest challenges – shadows. (I intend to publish a detailed article about shadows at some point in the near future). I have also experimented with animation, controls, user interface, and making the web page installable as a progressive web app (PWA).

‘The Partition’ reflects a point where some of these first steps have started coming together for me in a somewhat tangible form. I look forward to sharing more studies soon.

Filed under:
3D, Animation, Digital Art, Three.js

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About Me

Hi, I'm Henry Egloff - a multimedia artist, designer, and coder, based in Byron Bay Australia. I create digital art, design and code apps, write articles, and develop tutorials.

I specialise in designing and building dynamic and interactive media with languages like HTML, CSS, PHP, and Javascript, and using tools like Three.js, Blender, Adobe, and Unity.

I love working creatively and helping people learn.

I'm currently available for freelance / contract projects and online tuition roles. Learn more about me or say hello at

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