Posts Tagged ‘Leap Motion’

WebGL around the net, 17 Oct 2013

Topping this week’s headlines: a new 3D engine, and plugging WebGL into the newest hardware.

Long-time fans of the Flash-based 3D engine Away3D will be delighted to know that it has been ported to Typescript and uses WebGL for rendering. Plugin-free 3D just got a turbo-boost with this fantastic library.
Want to immersive yourself in your WebGL? Now you [...]

WebGL around the net, 24 Sep 2013

New this week: tools, apps, movie trailers… and the first release of WebGL 2.0!

Last week the Khronos Group released the first editor’s draft of the WebGL 2.0 Specification. WebGL 2.0 will bring the standard up to the capabilities of OpenGL ES 3.0, including the promotion of several widely-used WebGL extensions such as multiple render targets. [...]

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 [...]

WebGL around the net, 13 June 2013

This week in WebGL features compelling visualization, innovative rendering, and kick-ass physics!

BBC News is trying out WebGL as a new “3D Interactive” format for stories. Here is a visualization of a Dornier bomber (WWII German aircraft), apparently the last of its kind to be salvaged.
OpenStreetMap viewers seem to be all the rage these days. The [...]

WebGL around the net, 6 June 2013

[Apologies - posted a few days late as I'm a road trip-- TP]
WebGL: now featuring mind control and telekinesis. Really! Also SceneJS 3.0 hits the street, real-time video and photo effects and editing, and crazy-cool data visualization.

In this video, Verold CTO Ross McKegney shows how to control Three.js with your mind! Using Verold Studio and [...]

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