In this tutorial you will learn how to make objects appear glass-like in three steps using Three.js.
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When rendering a 3D object you’ll always have to assign it a material to make it visible and to give it a desired appearance, whether it is in some kind of 3D software or in real-time with WebGL.
Many types of materials can be mimicked with out-of-the-box programs in libraries like Three.js, but in this tutorial I will show you how to make objects appear glass-like in three steps using—you guessed it—Three.js.
Step 1: Setup and Front Side Refraction
For this demo I’ll be using a diamond geometry, but you can follow along with a simple box or any other geometry.
Let’s set up our project. We’ll need a…
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