I’m delighted to announce that as of today, this website has a new curator and owner: Tony Parisi. Tony co-created VRML, the first 3D toolkit for the web, in the mid-90s, and has been writing and lecturing on developing applications in WebGL for the last two years — his excellent book on it was recently published by O’Reilly.
It’s fantastic news that he’s been able to step up and take over the blog, making sure you won’t lack for news and tutorials. I wish him the best of luck and look forward to the cool new stuff he’s planning to add here — come back over the next day or so for announcements about that.
So, from me… it’s been a great experience running Learning WebGL, and now that it’s in safe hands for the future, I can safely say so long, and thanks for all the fish. Thanks to everyone who’s sent in a link to a demo, commented, and otherwise got in touch over the years. You’ve made this blog what it is.