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  <title> A-Frame Sky</title>

  <!--  --------- IMPORTED LIBRARIES  ------>

  <script src=""></script>



    <!-- Creating scene -->

    <!--  --------- ASSETS  --------- -->

    <!-- Asset links. -->

      <img id="background_inside_house" crossorigin="anonymous" src="">


    <!--  --------- SKY  --------- -->

    <!--The sky is the horizon and surronding enviroment if u don't create a ground
  It can be a color or an image. Usually it's a 360 equirectangular image

 Since you can only have 1 sky at a time, to see the other possibilities, comment the sky bellow and uncomment one of the others.
 For goof and free 360º images, visit:

Sky documentation:>

    <a-sky  id="background-img" src="#background_inside_house"></a-sky>

    <!--   If you insert both options the sky will have a color filter
The radius attribute will make the image trippy, a curious finding by A-Frame contributor Cwervo-->
    <!--    <a-sky  id="background-img" src="#background_inside_house" color="red" radius=10 ></a-sky> -->

    <!--  If you insert only color and no src, the sky will be the chosen color -->
    <!--  <a-sky  id="background-img" color="red" ></a-sky> -->

  <!-- Closing scene -->