WebGL around the net, 22 Aug 2013

It’s only a few days since the last update, so this will be short…

  • Alex Kluge has created a catalog of electric field visualizations that are easy to embed in web based content. The toolkit used to create the catalog is also available and is easily used to create additional visualizations. Alex would be very interested in hearing suggestions for additional visualizations, or new interactions that would be useful to add.
  • The WebGL editor CopperCube has just been released in version 4.2: http://www.ambiera.com/coppercube/
    Besides many new features, it also now supports normal maps, try the WebGL demo for example here: http://www.ambiera.com/coppercube/demo.php?demo=dynamiclight&mode=webgl
  • The San Francisco WebGL Meetup should be a good one tonight… there will be Leap Motion WebGL demos and a glTF Update by yours truly.
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One Response to “WebGL around the net, 22 Aug 2013”

  1. Craig Moore says:

    Hi, wondered if you’d seen the marvellous work by these guys


    It integrates the Oculus Rift with the browser via js and then provides a Three.js camera to use with the Rift.

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