Archive for December, 2012

WebGL around the net, 23 December 2012

A very merry Christmas to everyone! My apologies for the light posting of late, I was catching up and then I got my Ingress invite…

AGI has worked with NORAD Tracks Santa this year to develop a 3D web map that shows Santa’s real-time position on a 3D globe on Christmas Eve. Here’s a [...]

Not WebGL, but maybe of interest…

Sorry for the silence here on Learning WebGL! Things have been a bit hectic. I’m putting together some tools to help generate the “around the net” posts faster, and I have a bunch of links almost ready to go…
In the meantime, I thought any London-based JavaScript gurus reading might like to hear about [...]

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