First person navigation with threeJS

This tutorial will show you how to navigate through a 3D environment using your keyboard's arrows, much like a
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Coding an infinite 3D world with three.js [Part 2]

Part 1 of this tutorial left off with just one column of tiles, and the ability to move along
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Coding an infinite 3D world with three.js [Part 1]

Intro This tutorial will show you how to create an infinite terrain that can be used in combination with a
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Seeing sounds [Part 4]: Animating a terrain with three.js

Prerequisites This post assumes you have completed this previous tutorial, where we'd created both a 3D terrain, and
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Seeing sounds [Part 3]: Star field + Terrain

Previously, we learned how to create an animating star field in part 1 of the Seeing Sounds series with
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Seeing Sounds [Part 2]: Creating a terrain

This is the second part of the Seeing Sounds three.js series. Part 1 looked at creating a flying star
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Seeing Sounds [Part 1]: Creating a star field

This tutorial assumes you have a basic knowledge of three.js, and know how to set up a very simple
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Get up to speed with three.js: setting your first scene

Introduction If you imagine a film set, there's a guy pointing a camera at a scene of different props, and
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