Archive for April, 2011

WebGL around the net, 28 April 2011

A reminder: the GL64K WebGL competition is closing in just over a week’s time. The prizes are pretty tempting!
If you’re based in the San Francisco Bay Area, and you’re free this evening, you might want to go to the WebGL Developers Inaugural Meetup. The featured speaker is Neil Trevett, President of the Khronos [...]

A London WebGL meetup?

[UPDATE] It’s happening. More info (including date, time and location) in this post.
So, there seem to be a disproportionate number of WebGL developers here in London. Spurred by the energy of our transatlantic friends in San Francisco, I suggest a meetup — if people want to do talks, I think I know a [...]

WebGL around the net, 21 April 2011

Loads of new links this week!

The third WebGL camp has been announced: it’ll be at Google’s Mountain View offices, on June 10. [UPDATE: sign up here]
A new… not-quite framework: “Kuda is an advanced JavaScript library and World Editor that enables web developers to quickly build interactive 3D web solutions.” Odd choice of name [...]

WebGL around the net, 7 April 2011

Oof, still quite a backlog of links to get through — a new project at work called PythonAnywhere is making “free time” a distant memory — but there are still some great links this week:

Some very very cool new demos on Mozilla’s Web O’(pen) Wonder: No Comply is an amazing music and graphics demo (but [...]

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