WebGL around the net, 16 June 2011

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9 Responses to “WebGL around the net, 16 June 2011”

  1. Ahoy,

    Here’s another for the list:

    CubicVR.js support for handling VBO morph animations. Example model data from ro.me used:

    Single instance of fox:

    http://tinyurl.com/cubicvr-singlefox

    Multiple instances, all with varying offsets and timing:

    http://tinyurl.com/cubicvr-multifox

    Had these ready last week but they were only working on Mac/Linux; should work fine on Win / ANGLE now.

    Cheers.

  2. Jim Davis says:

    It was expected that the safari IOS had not yet support, is a WebGL
    New technology, which requires good graphics, so for now do not
    implementation is very necessary.

  3. Daniel Pettersson says:

    Made another version of my twittergraph which there is a link to above. This time it shows related artists.

    http://uglyhack.appspot.com/artistgraph/

    Have fun…

  4. MySchizoBuddy says:

    Is there a way to use WebGL for computations. think cuda in the browser.

  5. giles says:

    @Charles, Daniel — thanks! Very cool both. I’m putting together the next roundup, I’ll include them

    @Jim — not sure I understand what you’re saying there…

    @MySchizoBuddy — you mean, like WebCL?

  6. Antonio Licon says:

    Another instance of WebGL in the wild, if your interested: Autodesk Labs… Project Nitrous allows you to upload DWF files and view them as WebGL and SVG in the browser:

    http://nitrous.labs.autodesk.com

  7. Antonio Licon says:

    Flashdark sounded interesting… alas “Account Suspended” is all that’s there.

  8. I changed the url of the WebGL application I made as I changed the terminology from volume to surface. Surface is a more accurate term than volume for the way I implemented it. The new url is http://anarkavre.slipgate.org/surfacegenerator.html

  9. giles says:

    @John — thanks, URL updated.

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