Archive for May, 2012

WebGL around the net, 31 May 2012

Another busy week…

Three new freelance gigs on the WebGL Jobs board: from Massiveholdings.ca, a private listing, and from Universal Music Group.
WebGL Enabler “is a tweak for jailbroken iOS devices which enables WebGL for all WebViews, including those of Mobile Safari and any application embedding WebKit.” By Cody Brocious.
Really really cool: Kaazing, who produce a [...]

WebGL around the net, 24 May 2012

A moderately busy week…

Four new jobs at the WebGL Jobs website, all in California: a Hacker for Dreamforge in San Francisco, and a Senior Client Developer, Game Developer and Summer Intern/Game Developer for SocialVilla in Menlo Park. [UPDATE: One more, a freelance gig at Nexus Productions in London, UK]
Aki A. has created an online viewer [...]

WebGL around the net, 17 May 2012

Another super-cool WebRTC demo from Jerome Etienne: Punch a Doom Character in Augmented Reality
Check out Waxflatter Level Crossing (I think that’s the title, anyway!), by Geoff Lillemon, Oculart, and Minivegas. Trying clicking and dragging on the movie as it plays to experiment with its interactivity. (via theo on the WebGL subreddit)
You need to [...]

WebGL around the net, 10 May 2012

A somewhat shorter list this week:

WebGL Jobs is getting off to a good start, with three jobs listed since Tuesday.
Collin Hover’s work-in-progress game, Kai ‘Opua (“clouds over the ocean” in Hawaiian), is fun, engaging, and will be free/open forever.
I’ve always wanted to see something like this: a simple visualisation of the world’s geography as it [...]

Announcing WebGL Jobs

Quite a few people have contacted me about hiring WebGL developers — and I’m sure quite a few people reading this blog are interested in working on WebGL stuff professionally. So I’ve put together a little jobs board, WebGL Jobs (snappy name, huh?), where people who want to hire people can post what they [...]

WebGL around the net, 3 May 2012

Wow, now this has been a busy week!

Cube is an advert/game based on Google Maps, by Jaume Sánchez Elias, Jordi Ros, and B-Reel. Very addictive! (via Alvaro, thanks to AlteredQualia and Mr.doob for the attribution)
More Google Maps — a new extension giving photo tours of famous landmarks using WebGL. (via Mr.doob)
And finally, the older [...]

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