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Posted by2 months ago
HelpfulWholesomeSilver2

I made an infinite 3D museum that lets you explore other Reddit user's art!

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a lot of empty space between pieces.

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Reddit will come through. Give them time.

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· 2 mo. ago · edited 2 mo. ago

Doesn't work in FireFox sadly...

Edit: It is fixed now. Thank you, OP.

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I really like this!

Could I give some feedback /u/GrammmyNorma?

Having the subreddit / title and username overlaid on the artwork detracts from the viewing experience. Would you consider putting it on a plaque or some other kind of signage apart from the artwork?

Might also be neat to have a way to open the reddit post, the reddit page with user info and the subreddit - no idea how feasible linking like this would be, but it would be really cool if I could open it up in another tab.

Lastly, and I don't want to take away from how much I like this, I would love to be able to reverse the vertical directionality of the mouse. Years of playing flight sims has made my brain think "Pull back to go up". But that's a really minor issue, honestly.

Congratulations!

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Op · 2 mo. ago

Thanks for these!

I'm thinking of a plaque that could appear under each artwork, and maybe some random objects, like a plant or some sculptures, to fill in the void.

I've just added an option to reverse the mouse direction - Just press the "V" key :)

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Damn. I need a actual computer.

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What’s a computer?

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Nope. Just a keyboard and a mouse

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I got lost in an infinite void.

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Any plans to make this traversable in vr? I'm not super familiar with making steamvr "rooms" but this would be a perfect idea for one.

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Neat! Feels a bit empty, I go for a long time sometimes between artworks. Maybe making it more streamlined like an actual building with branching hallways so you can change direction but the artwork is always on the wall beside you? I liked someone else’s thought about putting the about info on a plaque next to or below it. When the artwork has a white background the program doesn’t change the color of the font so you can’t see it.

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· 2 mo. ago · edited 2 mo. ago
Silver

I thought "Loading..." was someone's art (who knows with artists, right?), until the second time I saw it, and I waited. Anyway, pretty cool.

Edit: Thank you for the award kind stranger.

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Doesn‘t work on a current Firefox version on Windows 10

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Op · 2 mo. ago

Should work now :)

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saved me a click

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That's neat stuff!

I made a similar game with some friends. The concept varies a bit though, you are on an art gallery and you can draw your own art, see other people's art, and also edit other people's art!

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Op · 2 mo. ago

That's cool! Could you pm me a link?

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This is pretty neat. A lot of empty space but I like the idea

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doesn't work in Firefox

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Really enjoyed this. A wonderful way to pay tribute to the many artists that call this place home. The only thing I'd say is that there is a lot of empty space between the pictures. Not sure if this is intentional, but it did seem a bit strange to me. Maybe you could fill up that empty space, with some plant .gifs or something just to break up things a bit.

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