I am creating something like Google Street View using A-Frame.
Images (buttons) and text are also placed in the space, but it takes time and effort because the coordinate values are placed manually. So, can it be easier if you can get the coordinates by operating the mouse from the camera viewpoint? I think. I've done a lot of research and found it difficult to achieve the results I expected. I would appreciate it if you could teach me.
・ A-Frame Inspector ← Not a camera perspective
・ Aframe-click-drag-component ← It doesn't work even if you fill in as Installation.
The development environment is described with the ATOM editor and checked with the Preview HTML package.
A local server is set up.
Answer # 1
It's an interesting framework.
I don't know the depth even if I click with the mouse ...
ctrl + alt + i
Will open the Visual Inspector here
It seems that coordinates can be examined by double-clicking an already placed object,
What do you think.
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