WebGL around the net, 22 Dec 2009

Unfortunately I won’t be able to post anything over the next few days; it appears that there’s some kind of event happening that makes seeing family more important than WebGL. Luckily, there have been some amazing new demos, so hopefully you won’t get bored in my absence ;-)

So, a very Merry Christmas to those readers who celebrate it, and Happy Holidays to those that don’t! See you in a few days’ time.

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6 Responses to “WebGL around the net, 22 Dec 2009”

  1. aa says:

    One more thing — you don’t need the no-sandbox option in Chromium :)
    Merry Christmas :D

  2. giles says:

    @aa — thanks for letting me know! I might just change my lesson 0 to point to the appropriate page on the Khronos Wiki, though…

    (And a (belated) Merry Christmas to you too.)

  3. giles says:

    @Emanuele Ruffaldi — looks cool! I’ll put that in the next roundup.

  4. Lindsay Kay says:

    Hi, thought you might like to know about a JavaScript scene graph framework I just released for WebGL.

    Your tutorials have been very helpful in developing it:



  5. giles says:

    That’s cool! I’ll put that in the roundup for today.

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