An immersive experience pulls a person into another real or imagined world, enabling them to manipulate and interact with their environment. Immersive experiences use a blend of visuals, sound and technology to deliver unforgettable and engaging worlds.
I have written several articles related to immersive experiences that could be of interest:
The experiences provided below are not fully fledged immersive experiences but smaller building blocks and, as such, parts of larger experiences.
An animated character with the ability to choose the active animation from a set of animations (that is, idle, walking, running and dancing).
Check out the Animated Character experience.
An example of a scroll-based animation. Scrolling the page not only triggers the animation of the scene, but also the accompanying HTML elements. This is a classical —albeit, very simple— example of incorporating 3D elements into the overall page design.
Check out the Three Rooms experience.
A fully fledged scene with a character dancing in a room. Apart from the animated character, other elements in the scene are also animated. Can you find them all?
Check out the Dancing Girl experience.
A magical portal scene including two shaders; one for the actual portal itself and the second one for the fireflies. In addition, the scene is using a baked texture to really bring out the light and shadows in the scene whilst also providing substantial performance benefits (with no real-time lighting required).
Check out the Magical Portal experience.