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Minimal personal page for software developer, Brett Bergeron, that lists basic contact information but is spiced up with an abstract illustration of mountains rendered using WebGL. It’s great to get some context on a minimal design, cheers for the detailed build notes below.
It's super simple, and reflects two things I really love, programming and the outdoors, in the most minimal fashion possible. From a development perspective, the execution is equally simple. The page loads content, fonts, and style first. Following this, three.js is used to load an object file that defines the mesh. Three.js loads this mesh into the canvas, applies a wireframe texture, and binds the user's cursor to the camera position. The result is a subtle, reflexive camera control for visitors to play with.