WebGL around the net, 27 October 2011

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8 Responses to “WebGL around the net, 27 October 2011”

  1. Paul says:

    Nokia’s demo works with Firefox >= 8.

  2. nemo says:

    Yep. This is a rerun of the 22nd which he said was Chrome only, but was again about, apparently CORS copying from 2D canvas to 3D.
    He did read the comments and update that, two and a half weeks later ;)

    Apparently this is popular in whatever framework they are using. Some Google thingy. Google Maps requires it as well.

    Benoit’s explanation from back then.

  3. nemo says:

    Oh. Hm. Actually. n/m. Guess this one is simply CORS, not CORS + 2D to 3D copying, since it works in Firefox 8 according to Paul.

    Sooo, beta Firefox fine, which should be released on November 8th…

  4. giles says:

    @Florian — thanks for the link!

    @Paul — thanks for the update, fixed it. @nemo — fast enough for you? :-P

  5. Ralph says:

    Hi Giles, didn’t find an adress to submit stuff here. I just finished work on a webgl enhanced online version of a review paper. The webgl part has the functionality of a basic mri viewer. So far it’s textured slices, surfaces and fibre tracts. You can find it at http://www-onpub.cbs.mpg.de/ Not sure if it’s interesting but it’s webgl and it’s on the web – ralph

  6. giles says:

    Thanks, Ralph! I’ll put it in next week’s roundup.

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