WebGL around the net, 17 March 2011
March 17th, 2011
- Problems in Chrome 10 under Windows — it looks like input fields in pages that use WebGL won’t work. This was reported a while back but somehow made it into the stable release. To check if your browser is affected, try this test page by Stephen Bannasch, who also reported the problem on the WebGL list.
- If you like formula one car racing, you’ll love this simple (but very well-rendered) game, HelloRacer.
- But if you prefer your games Doomy, have a look at the latest version of Pl4n3’s Wloom.
- Alternatively, if low-fi Roguelike games — with a shiny WebGL makeover — are more your kind of thing, you should definitely try A Little Anxious When It’s Dark.
- Moving away from games, there’s some fun new stuff on the Mozilla Web O’ Wonder: the Letter-heads from Simurai, and an update of Benjamin DeLillo’s 360° video WebGLU demo.
- This is an interesting idea: WebGL-2D, an implementation of the HTML5 Canvas2D API in WebGL to give you Canvas 2D’s ease of use with WebGL’s speed.
- On a similarly 2D note, WebGLSpriteEngineJS is worth checking out.
- This SceneJS Earth is targeted at teaching middle-school students how the seasons work.
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