Last year today, I made a Christmas tree using Bender and Python:

This time I tested a workflow:

Export the model (Mesh) generated by the Sverchok plug-in or Python script from Blender, and then import it into the web page for rendering.

By the way, the web version of machine learning face recognition is added, and last year’s Christmas tree “sticks” to the face for fun.

https://youtu.be/-m5hXzxzCq8

– Web + AI + AR part, using jeelizFaceFilter.
It has its own front-end AI library and multiple sets of scaffolding project files, which is very suitable for rapid prototype testing. https://github.com/jeeliz/jeelizFaceFilter

– The rendering part is old friend threejs.

Source Code:
https://www.patreon.com/posts/45399078

Merry Christmas!!!

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