WebGL Camp

The first WebGL Camp is happening at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California this Friday, and I’m pleased to say that I’ll be giving a short talk (via Skype, so people will be spared the sight of my face ;-) If you’re in the area then it really sounds worth going to; if you’re not, apparently everything will be streamed and also available to watch afterwards (on YouTube, I think).

Speakers that the organiser, Henrik Bennetsen, has announced so far include Vladimir Vukićević, the originator of Canvas3D and thus WebGL, Trevor Smith of Spaciblo, and Google’s Peterson Trethewey (on O3D and WebGL). The speakers he’s not announced yet are also very promising, so it looks like it’s going to be a great day!

[UPDATE] The full schedule has now been announced — it’s looking really good. Many thanks to Henrik for setting this up! I only wish I could be there in person.

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3 Responses to “WebGL Camp”

  1. It’s great to hear you’ve got Peterson as well as Vlad and Trevor. Peterson is super-knowledgeable about O3D and WebGL, AND a real connoisseur of comedy for the last many decades.

  2. giles says:

    It’s all the doing of Henrik Bennetsen of KataLabs, and it looks like he’s done a great job of getting speakers together! I’m really looking forward to seeing the full list (which I think he said he’d have ready by midweek).

  3. Jonathan says:

    I already have my ticket, I’m looking forward to it.

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