We are a team of engineering students/developers from Tijuana, Mexico. Happy to learn new technologies
A web and mobile app whose purpose is learning about our planetary system and having fun at the same time
Educational web app with WebGL support and Google Cardboard compatibility which simulates the Solar System and gives a brief description of every planet
Top Solar System View
(we are not haters, but all of our android test were unsuccessful)
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Very well done. Educational too!
Good job for two days!
It feels like way more work than 3 devs * 48 hours. But otherwise great.
Very fun way to explore the solar system that could be useful in interactive educational environments. Great work!
Interesting and easy to use concept! Animations on planet changing could be smoother. Scrolling with wheel mouse is really slow, but working on click-drag.
Looks like a lot of work. Very nice project.
Wow... pretty cool what browsers are capable of. This had to be a lot of hard coding within the 48 hours... well played.
The voice is probably useless (I do not like it at all). On desktop (firefox) the description scroll does not work well (need to drag and drop as a touch screen) and I can not click on a planet.
The idea is really nice and the animations are great. I am sad to not have a smartphone for the spaceship steering !!
Good work !
Cool you used threeJS
Looks nice. But doesn't feel like there's much there. Go through the planets, then you're done.
Nice app!!!! beautiful Mars~
They are useful.
It will be very good for the kids !
Amazing! I finally will be able to explain to my children how all this stuff is working! Thanks
Cool who doesn't love 3d and computer generated voices.
Very well polished. Love it =D Also considered using Threejs for our project but Phaser ultimately won out.
Whoa! This is a great start to a really neat idea.
I guess Pluto is not considered a planet anymore.
Good idea and realization
This is super cool. You did an amazing job in 48 hours !!
It's really a very nice idea. Best of luck.
Great job. I like it.
Very nice app. You guys did a great job.
Even though the app is very nice, there seems not much about Angular 2, but about canvas. Anyway, good work! Much fun!
That's cool! but I don't have any iOS devices to try a spaceship. So sad :(
This is impressive. Could be useful as a modern educational tool.
Wow.. This is a good one.. Keep up the good work bro..
Oh these oval planets! Great for education though and I love to use my cardboard!
Super cool! The only thing I wish is that there was a little bit more interactivity with the planets/other objects. Something as simple as clicking/tapping on planet and you get a pop up with the name and some stats.
This was super awesome. Amazing work team. I especially loved loading the app in landscape mode on my phone and flying around. And the cardboard button? Genius!
The app was surprisingly snappy the whole time. The artwork was great. The flying ship was a nice touch.
The info cards were really nifty, and the spoken planet names were fun.
Nit pick: The rotation of the earth's moon was wrong. The same side of the moon should be facing the earth at all times.
It really looks good. Would have loved to see it work with android/cardboard.
Very fun and informative! I enjoyed playing with it! :-)