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Storytelling with 3D - Best Practices?!

Using 3D on web-projects has become trendy. But in order to create a real immersive experience I think you need more then just a random 3d object floating around or following your cursor.

A 3D object that moves with you along the page a reacts to your scrolling offers much more possibilities to tell exciting stories.

I mean check these examples:
1 - Pioneer – Corn. Revolutionized.
2 - VanMoof S3 & X3 Launch

Here and there in the forum some people asked questions regarding this topic, but since there are many possible ways to approach that i would like to start a Best Practice Topic here.

How would you go for 3d implementations like the ones above? With 3D Objects reacting to scroll?

Apple did it with a jpeg-sequence for their Apple Airpod Pros but this seems to be very limited.

Would love to create this collection here! So feel free to join the conversation!

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@danyalxy

Woah, thank you for sharing these amazing examples by the way, these are so amazing and filled with endless inspiration. I’m absolutely flabbergasted at some of these interactions… thank you.

Anyways, I personally have seen people:

1. Render out some 3D Objects
2. Import into AE and create a lottie
3. Upload lottie into Webflow
4. Create Interaction in Scroll Progress

Best,
Matt

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