Solution 1 :

You’re following an outdated tutorial, but the explanation on how to fix it is right there in yellow letters. OrbitControls now requires a second parameter with the HTML element that you want to listen to mouse events. For example, you could use the canvas that the Renderer generates:

THREE.OrbitControls(camera, renderer.domElement);

Problem :

I have been following this guide to get three.js to work:

I pasted his source code from the bottom of this website:

Downloaded the model and extracted it to the directory html

Got the gtflloader and orbitcotrols from the links in the discription. I have created files with those names in the html directory and pasted the code in.

And I got the three.min.js from the official three.js download folder and I have put it the html directory.

I am getting this error. Is it me doing something wrong? Or the code is broken? If so what would be the fix?

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Comment posted by here

Some more up to date tutorials

Comment posted by Jonas Blazinskas

had to move this up to the front as well: renderer = new THREE.WebGLRenderer({ antialias: true });


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