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A Vue.js 2.0 slideshow component working with Three.js

A Vue.js 2.0 slideshow component working with Three.js

vue-displacement-slideshow

Webgl image displacement transitions made simple. A Vue.js 2.0 slideshow component working with Three.js and GSAP.

vue-displacement-slideshow

Installation

NPM

 npm i --save vue-displacement-slideshow

Example

<template>
    <vue-displacement-slideshow 
            :images="images"
            displacement="require('../assets/displacement.png')"
            :intensity.number="0.2"
            :speedIn.number="1.4"
            :speedOut.number="1.4"
            ease="Expo.easeInOut"
            ref="slideshow"></vue-displacement-slideshow>
</template>
    
<script>
    import VueDisplacementSlideshow from "vue-displacement-slideshow";
    
    export default {
        components: {
            VueDisplacementSlideshow,
        },
        computed: {
            images() {
                return [
                    require("../assets/images/1.jpg"),
                    require("../assets/images/2.jpg"),
                    require("../assets/images/3.jpg")
                ];
            }
        },
        methods: {
            init() {
                //We loop through all our images by calling the 'next' method of our component every 2 seconds
                setInterval(() => {
                    this.$refs.slideshow.next();
                }, 2000);
            }
        },
        mounted() {
            this.init();
        }
    };
</script>
    

This component is heavily based on this library :
https://github.com/robin-dela/hover-effect

Props

name type description required default value
images Array An array containing the paths of the images you wan to use true []
displacement String The path of the displacement image true none
intensity Number The intensity of the displacement false 1
speedIn Number The duration of the animation for the next image, in seconds false 1
speedOut Number The duration of the animation for the previous image, in seconds false 1
ease String The GSAP easing to use false Expo.easeOut

Methods

Name Description
next Transition to the second image.
previous Transition to the first image.

Behavior

The first image of the array is displayed at first.
When we call the next method while currently showing the last image, it will go to the first image.
When we call the previous method while currently showing the first image, it will go to the last image.

The images are displayed as we would use background-size:cover in CSS.

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