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πŸ…°οΈ Google Fonts for A-Frame - All of them.

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A-Frame Fonts πŸ“–

Fonts are important, by default A-Frame only ships with a few. Not anymore. In this repo you will find all the fonts from Google Fonts converted into a MSDF format supported by A-Frame. There are more than 2000 of them...πŸ˜‚


πŸ‘‰πŸ‘‰ Live demo 😎 πŸ‘ˆπŸ‘ˆ

Getting Started

To use those fonts simply create a text entity with the attribute

shader: msdf;
(very important).

All the fonts can be served using this template:[FONT_NAME]/[FONT_TYPE].json

Note that if you wish to download the font files, make sure you have both the .json and .png. A-Frame will automatically import the .png file.

Want to make some changes to it?


First make sure you have Node installed.

On Mac OS X, it's recommended to use Homebrew to install Node + npm:

brew install node

This project uses msdf-bmfont, and some of its dependencies must be installed in advance. For system-specific installation view the node-canvas wiki. You can quickly install the dependencies by using the command for your OS:



brew install pkg-config cairo libpng jpeg giflib
sudo apt-get install libcairo2-dev libjpeg8-dev libpango1.0-dev libgif-dev build-essential g++
sudo yum install cairo cairo-devel cairomm-devel libjpeg-turbo-devel pango pango-devel pangomm pangomm-devel giflib-devel
pkgin install cairo pkg-config xproto renderproto kbproto xextproto
Windows Instructions on the node-canvas wiki

If this doesn't work, refer to the msdf-bmfont installation instructions.

To install the Node dependencies:

npm install

Local Development

To serve the site from a simple Node development server:

npm start

Then launch the site from your favorite browser:



Distributed under an MIT License.

Note that all those fonts are subject to copyrights. Make sure to have a look at Google Fonts README.

Made by Etienne Pinchon (@etiennepinchon) - October 2017.

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