[page:BufferGeometry] → [page:ExtrudeBufferGeometry] →

[name]

A class for generating text as a single geometry. It is constructed by providing a string of text, and a hash of parameters consisting of a loaded [page:Font] and settings for the geometry's parent [page:ExtrudeBufferGeometry]. See the [page:Font], [page:FontLoader] and [page:Creating_Text] pages for additional details.

Code Example

const loader = new THREE.FontLoader(); loader.load( 'fonts/helvetiker_regular.typeface.json', function ( font ) { const geometry = new THREE.TextBufferGeometry( 'Hello three.js!', { font: font, size: 80, height: 5, curveSegments: 12, bevelEnabled: true, bevelThickness: 10, bevelSize: 8, bevelOffset: 0, bevelSegments: 5 } ); } );

Examples

[example:webgl_geometry_text geometry / text ]

Constructor

[name]([param:String text], [param:Object parameters])

text — The text that needs to be shown.
parameters — Object that can contains the following parameters.

Available Fonts

TextGeometry uses typeface.json generated fonts. Some existing fonts can be found located in /examples/fonts and must be included in the page.

Font Weight Style File Path
helvetiker normal normal /examples/fonts/helvetiker_regular.typeface.json
helvetiker bold normal /examples/fonts/helvetiker_bold.typeface.json
optimer normal normal /examples/fonts/optimer_regular.typeface.json
optimer bold normal /examples/fonts/optimer_bold.typeface.json
gentilis normal normal /examples/fonts/gentilis_regular.typeface.json
gentilis bold normal /examples/fonts/gentilis_bold.typeface.json
droid sans normal normal /examples/fonts/droid/droid_sans_regular.typeface.json
droid sans bold normal /examples/fonts/droid/droid_sans_bold.typeface.json
droid serif normal normal /examples/fonts/droid/droid_serif_regular.typeface.json
droid serif bold normal /examples/fonts/droid/droid_serif_bold.typeface.json

Properties

See the base [page:ExtrudeBufferGeometry] class for common properties.

[property:Object parameters]

An object with a property for each of the constructor parameters. Any modification after instantiation does not change the geometry.

Methods

See the base [page:ExtrudeBufferGeometry] class for common methods.

Source

[link:https://github.com/mrdoob/three.js/blob/master/src/[path].js src/[path].js]