WebGL around the net, 24 March 2011

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8 Responses to “WebGL around the net, 24 March 2011”

  1. Just FYI that’s not WebGLU. Someone else seems to have decided to use the name though.

  2. giles says:

    Thanks, Benjamin — I’ll correct the post.

  3. Threshold says:

    I would like to open a webgl page in chrome 10.0.648.204 windows 7. But it’s don’t work… In win xp, works. In win 7 doesn’t work. I know in win xp after the icon target –ignore-gpu-blacklist, but in win 7 what’s the problem?
    I don’t speak/write in english well. Sorry :(

  4. Randolph M. Fritz says:

    Threshold, try updating your graphics drivers. Go to the graphics card vendor site; the drivers Microsoft and your computer maker have are often out of date, sometimes by years.

  5. Johannes says:

    I just installed Firefox 4 (on Win64 bit). WebGL only worked after I set webgl.force_enabled = true in about:config. I am afradi average users won’t find this setting :-( Maybe it is only my machine…?

  6. Benoit Jacob says:

    Johannes: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Blocklisting/Blocked_Graphics_Drivers
    Also note that you should use a 32bit Firefox, even on 64bit Windows.

  7. Rabursky says:

    In the next “WebGL around the net” you may write about my little webgl demo:

  8. giles says:

    @Rabursky — interesting demo, thanks!

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