Hello World

A 3D webpage can be created using a plain text or xml editor. In the code below 4 elements are created, each positioned within their own transform tag: a floor, a text, a sphere and a light.

A file with this content can be placed for example in C:\temp\helloWorld.xml and then be displayed in the v-Slam browser using 'file:///c:/temp/helloworld.xml' (the material texture for the globe, 'earth-topo.png' should in this case be placed in the same folder. It can be downloaded from here: earth-topo.png.

Easy to Install

For PC, simply download the msi-file and double-click to install the v-Slam browser. On Mac, you have to unzip first, and Crtl-click to thrust the app. The version for VR and AR devices will be made available using the default app stores.

Web3D Consortium standard

X3D is an open specification, supported by Web3D Consortium. v-Slam uses a sub-selection of the X3D tags, and extends the specification with several tags to improve functionality and performance.

Create your own site

Download the documentation to start creating your own 3D site. When your site is accessible by a public URL, you can share it by submitting the URL to the v-Slam server.


v-Slam extends the small group of primitives supported by X3D (sphere, box, plane etc.), with an increasing library of more or less abstract shapes. This includes, for example, a tube and a torus, but also an office chair, a plant, etc.

Walk, meet and chat

Enable the avatar function to see others visiting the 3D scenes, and have others see you. Decide to meet at a virtual web scene and chat about the experience.

Stay Updated

New sites are visible at the top of the visible sites in the default view in v-Slam.

Simply Look At Me

Some examples of the sites that can be found.

Epona Office



Wally Wonnink

Persian shop example

Persian shop


New in v-Slam