WebGL around the net, 14 October 2010

Some cool new stuff today:

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10 Responses to “WebGL around the net, 14 October 2010”

  1. nemo says:

    Tried http://www.oampo.co.uk/labs/fireflies/index.htm

    No problems in 20101014 Firefox/4.0b8pre
    ATI card, linux.

  2. Wiz says:

    Also tried fireflies on an Intel GMA, firefox 4b6 without any problem.

  3. Benoit Jacob says:

    About this crash — can you tell me your graphics card/driver and OS?

    I’m strongly suspecting a driver issue ;)

  4. Benoit Jacob says:

    (Notice that on Windows, Chrome is using D3D via ANGLE while we are still using OpenGL, for which drivers are less good on Windows; we want to move to ANGLE soon, too)

  5. Benoit Jacob says:

    It turns out that I can reproduce the crash on Windows only.


  6. Benoit Jacob says:

    OK, this is a bug that I already fixed… and forgot to land the fix. It will be fixed in tomorrow’s nightly.

  7. [...] the end of the article, but I wanted to give a quick shout-out to Benoit Jacob over at learningwebgl.com. Thanks for linking to my demos! Back   Previous Post 0 comments Please log in [...]

  8. Benoit has kindly pointed out to me that Giles Thomas is the correct author of this blog. My sincerest apologies!

  9. Joe Turner says:

    I think this is one of the best bits of community support I’ve ever experienced – my demo gets posted on a blog with a potential problem, three separate people test it, a bug gets filed and fixed all before I’ve even managed to download Minefield on Windows. Many thanks to all involved! I might start writing my todo list on here and letting you all work through it for me!

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