WebGL around the net, 15 December 2011

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9 Responses to “WebGL around the net, 15 December 2011”

  1. the Neave link was great. Thanks!

  2. Craig Moore says:

    Shame that the famous ball thing is such a naff implementation! Could actually have had potential! Great work as ever giles!

  3. Xavier says:

    Hi Craig,

    You talk about the content of the bubbles demo or the presentation ? Can you explain what you mean about a “naff implementation”. Thanks

  4. giles says:

    Hey Xavier — I think Craig was talking about a different site, the last one on the list.

  5. Xavier says:

    Oh sorry I though it was about our demo ;)

  6. Raul says:

    Hi Giles, try this fresh xmas demo by oak3d team.


    Users can upload 5 photos, which will be displayed later among the stars, and walk through the scene, share it with friends.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  7. Chris O'Dell says:

    Thanks – I only just discovered that you linked to me!

    Your sleuthing skills are excellent as I hadn’t told anyone :)

  8. Marcus says:

    Time for new tutorials now that they’re spreading in different languages and everything?
    I’m really looking forward to new tutorials as they not only help me understand WebGL, but also help me further my knowledge about OpenGL.

    Thanks for the great stuff so far, Giles!

  9. I have started to add support for OpenGL to Emscripten, a C/C++ to Javascript compiler. My goal is to make it possible to port C/C++ applications using OpenGL to the web using WebGL. I have an initial demo here: http://ehsanakhgari.org/blog/2012-01-25/porting-opengl-application-web

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