- This is an excellent idea: Jarrad Hope has set up a WebGL competition in the style of the demoscene — entries must have a maximum file size of 64k. The competition is self-funded at the moment, but donations towards the prize fund are being accepted: are there any large companies out there with an interest in WebGL who might be interested in sponsoring?
- Hack & Slash is a great start to a WebGL RPG!
- After last week’s rush of asteroid games, here’s another really good one: astrodud.
- Looks like there’s some nice stuff coming in the next release of XB PointStream.
- Another excellent explanation of a demoscene effect from Adrian Boeing: the ripple effect.
- Dangerous: Tetris in WebGL.
- Yet more great three.js demos! A terrain view and “Lost at sea” from OutsideOfSociety, and flying over Mallorca by Josep Llodrà.
- Not live yet, but promising: a WebGL modelling tool for 3D printing (using SceneJS, via their Facebook page)
- More from the Japanese translation of the WebGL tutorials: a slideshow that looks like it gives a great introduction to the salient points from lesson 1.
- For German speakers: Peter Strohm has put together a list of most of the useful WebGL functions, with descriptions in German.
- Not publicly-accessible yet, but there’s a video: Pure Breed [UPDATE a new and improved video here].
WebGL around the net, 10 February 2011
February 10th, 2011 5 Comments