What are good "getting started" demos?

Here’s another question for everyone. On the “Getting started with WebGL” page on this blog, there’s a section giving some example pages for people to look at when they’ve got everything up and running. Some time ago, I had to remove most of the examples from the list because a WebGL spec change them. Right now, there are just a few:

These are all good ones to have, but it would be nice to build the list out a bit, perhaps to ten or fifteen pages. What are everyones’ favourites? Give links in the comments below, and if there are tons of suggestions then I’ll put together a poll in a few days time.

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6 Responses to “What are good "getting started" demos?”

  1. Hi Giles,

    Since our website update, you can find a nice demo for viewing common pharmaceutical drugs and for searching PubChem for 3D molecules here: http://web.chemdoodle.com/demos/molgrabber-3d

    Google’s body browser is also very impressive: http://bodybrowser.googlelabs.com/

  2. gliniak says:

    Actually there is a list of demos on http://www.khronos.org/webgl/wiki/Demo_Repository – almost all of them work for me

  3. Matti Anttonen says:

    Also the User Contributions section at the Khronos wiki lists some more advanced demos: http://www.khronos.org/webgl/wiki/User_Contributions

  4. Marcin Ignac says:

    Are you looking for pure WebGL demos? I did some tutorial about procedural geometry in ProcessingJS that for 3D uses WebGL http://marcinignac.com/blog/cindermedusae-making-generative-creatures/

  5. giles says:

    Thanks, guys! Good suggestions, I’ve put most of them there.

    @Marcin — ideally I’m looking for fairly pure WebGL demos for the “getting started” page. However, that’s a great blog post and I’ll link to it in tomorrow’s WebGL roundup.

  6. tony says:

    thx Marcin

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