Posts Tagged ‘HTML5’

WebGL around the net, 24 April 2014

_

CORRECTION: Our humblest apologies to Tarek Sherif, the true guru in charge of BrainBrowser.  Last week we mistakenly reported that the tool was created by “a team at McGill University lead by Nicolas Kassis.” Apparently, Kassis left McGill two years ago after creating the original application in O3D. The current iteration of BrainBrowser as a [...]

WebGL at SFHTML5, 23 January 2014

NEW
Tomorrow night (PST) there is going to be a WebGL mega-event hosted by the San Francisco HTML5 Meetup group. This is one of the biggest-ever events for this group; in fact, we broke the record for wait list size! That goes to show how hot the topic of WebGL is.
If you’re not in the bay [...]

WebGL around the net, 20 January 2014

I have a dream… of WebGL everywhere.

Coming soon to a TV near you! At the Consumer Electronics show, Opera announced a partnership to bring HTML5 browsing and WebGL to Bang and Olufsen connected TVs.
3D publishing just got a huge shot in the arm: the new version of Adobe PhotoShop CC integrates Sketchfab, meaning that artists [...]

WebGL around the net, 31 October 2013

Trick or Treat? Cool new tools and more in our All Hallows’ Eve edition of WebGL around the net.

Stealth No More: Goo Technologies decloaks to launch Goo Create, a browser-based tool for easy creation of WebGL games and 3D applications.
Leeds-based Lawrie Cape has created Rompola, a 3d sketchpad application. Rompola features a dead-simple line drawing tool [...]

WebGL around the net, 1 Oct 2013

The week in WebGL: classic games, training courses, and an anatomy lesson.

Microsoft is bringing a classic DirectX game back with WebGL. It just announced that it ported Hover! to HTML5 and WebGL.
SOLD OUT! My course, Programming 3D Applications in HTML5 and WebGL, a one-day training session at this fall’s HTML5 developer conference in San Francisco, [...]

WebGL around the net, 17 Sep 2013

It’s not just for 3D anymore! This week in WebGL features video processing, video interface, and timeline visualization.

The Google Data Arts team has cranked out another interesting video processing showcase, this time for Arcade Fire’s “virtual projection” piece Just a Reflektor. Use your mouse or connect a mobile device to control a variety of filters [...]

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow Learning WebGL on Twitter