Some great links for today!
- For those of us not able to make SIGGRAPH last week, Khronos have been good enough to post the slides for some of the WebGL presentations. They’re all worth reading through, but the big news for me was:
- From Vladimir Vukićević’s presentation — the working group are looking to freeze the WebGL spec in September. Full production releases can’t be far behind!
- From Ken Russell and Vangelis Kokkevis’s presentation, you can use ANGLE to run Chromium with WebGL without an OpenGL driver right now, just get a copy of ANGLE and “[d]rop libGLES2.dll and libEGL.dll in the same directory as chrome.exe” (I’ve not tried this, reports of how well it works very welcome!)
- From Dan Lecocq’s presentation, a new WebGL library, WebGLot, for mathematical plots — looks cool! More here — thanks to Henrik Bennetsen for the direct link!