WebGL around the net, 30 June 2011

Limited time this week, so I’ll post more over the weekend.

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6 Responses to “WebGL around the net, 30 June 2011”

  1. Nicolas says:

    Loving the 3D harmonic oscillator eigenfunctions!

  2. Lindsay Kay says:

    I wonder if IEWebGL could somehow go into the IE9 core some day?

    It would fix MicroSoft’s problem!

  3. Mathis Plapp says:

    SPACEGOO Cadillac Ranch is amazing ! I really love webgl !

  4. Anon says:

    Just a heads up my Symantec End Point Protection did not like the IEWebGL download

  5. Michael says:

    I cannot wait until this stuff becomes the standard for web development! (in 10 years :P )

    This is the kind of innovation I would love to use for my website but according to my own stats I think we’re closer than we think. (30% FF, 30% Chrome, 19% IE, 20% Other)

  6. Yes but in fact, there are less webgl compatible users than those who have a browser that supports webgl.

    Almost all people who have windows XP or vista have to update their graphic drivers, and people never update graphic drivers (people think windows update do that…).

    And there are people who have old computers, and with some graphic chips webgl works on Chrome but not on Firefox, …
    I think the compatibility rate is now between 30 and 40 percent.

    But it will increase fastly ! I hope !

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