Render Minecraft schematics on the web natively in-browser
WebSchematics lets you render Minecraft schematic files in the web, completely in the browser. It uses
nbt.js to parse the schematic and converts block models from a resource pack into
three.js meshes, before assembling them into a scene.
Still a work in progress, but it looks pretty neat! Check out the live demo—though note it only currently works with modern Sponge v3 (
.schem) schematics, like the ones you can generate with WorldEdit.
WebSchematics is licensed under Apache-2.0. It uses the following libraries:
- three.js, released under MIT
- lodash, released under MIT
- pako.js, released under MIT
- nbt.js, released under the public domain
Minecraft textures and models are © Mojang A.B. and are not included in the source. You’ll need to provide your own resource pack or fetch them remotely.