webgl Archive

  • The Chrome Experiments site is packed with WebGL goodies like this one that came across my radar again today and it is too much fun not to share. This past summer Google Australia announced the release of the Build with Chrome online tool. Build with Chrome lets you explore and build […]

    Build with Chrome brings Legos to WebGL

    The Chrome Experiments site is packed with WebGL goodies like this one that came across my radar again today and it is too much fun not to share. This past summer Google Australia announced the release of the Build with Chrome online tool. Build with Chrome lets you explore and build […]

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  • …with a smooth frame rate and built on open web technologies. The IGD team at Fraunhofer, a German research institute, is doing some really amazing things regarding delivering high polygon count web3d scenes on mobile devices using WebGL and X3Dom. X3Dom is a framework for integrating and manipulating X3D scenes as HTML5/DOM elements. Pat yourself […]

    Here is a 14.5 million triangle model paged to an iPad…

    …with a smooth frame rate and built on open web technologies. The IGD team at Fraunhofer, a German research institute, is doing some really amazing things regarding delivering high polygon count web3d scenes on mobile devices using WebGL and X3Dom. X3Dom is a framework for integrating and manipulating X3D scenes as HTML5/DOM elements. Pat yourself […]

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  • Esri, a software development and services company providing Geographic Information System (GIS) software and geodatabase management applications, announced the availability of CityEngine Web Viewer in their ArcGIS Online product this week. For the bonus, the viewer leverages WebGL. Yes, this means anyone with a WebGL-enabled browser (Chrome, Safari, Opera, FireFox) […]

    A City in a Browser with CityEngine

    Esri, a software development and services company providing Geographic Information System (GIS) software and geodatabase management applications, announced the availability of CityEngine Web Viewer in their ArcGIS Online product this week. For the bonus, the viewer leverages WebGL. Yes, this means anyone with a WebGL-enabled browser (Chrome, Safari, Opera, FireFox) […]

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  • Opera released version 12 of its web browser today with a number of new features, improved performance, and enhanced support for modern web standards. Feature Adds: - Support for better personalization and wallpaper-like themes. A variety of browser wallpapers can be selected from the Opera public gallery. - Support for CSS3 animations […]

    Opera 12 releases with WebGL support, webcam APIs, & more!

    Opera released version 12 of its web browser today with a number of new features, improved performance, and enhanced support for modern web standards. Feature Adds: - Support for better personalization and wallpaper-like themes. A variety of browser wallpapers can be selected from the Opera public gallery. - Support for CSS3 animations […]

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  • As an advocate of web3d and those efforts to make it ubiquitous, I have questioned why Microsoft has not supported WebGL in their Internet Explorer browser when every other browser maker does. Seems the problem for Microsoft with WebGL is over security concerns. A recent set of reports by UK-based […]

    What is your deal with WebGL Microsoft?

    As an advocate of web3d and those efforts to make it ubiquitous, I have questioned why Microsoft has not supported WebGL in their Internet Explorer browser when every other browser maker does. Seems the problem for Microsoft with WebGL is over security concerns. A recent set of reports by UK-based […]

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  • At Google HQ in Mountain View, California right now attending WebGL Camp #3. WebGL Camp is a full day affair of WebGL demos, presentations, and code. A nice write up by fellow attendee Ates Gursimsek. See the videos when available at the WebGL Camp Youtube Channel .

    At Google HQ for WebGL Camp #3

    At Google HQ in Mountain View, California right now attending WebGL Camp #3. WebGL Camp is a full day affair of WebGL demos, presentations, and code. A nice write up by fellow attendee Ates Gursimsek. See the videos when available at the WebGL Camp Youtube Channel .

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  • April 28th was the first WebGL Meetup here in the Bay area with a great mix of industry titans to garage developers. Managed by the Khronos group, WebGL is a web-based graphics library that extends the capability of the JavaScript programming language to allow it to generate interactive 3D graphics […]

    A meetup with no-plugin required, thanks WebGL!

    April 28th was the first WebGL Meetup here in the Bay area with a great mix of industry titans to garage developers. Managed by the Khronos group, WebGL is a web-based graphics library that extends the capability of the JavaScript programming language to allow it to generate interactive 3D graphics […]

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  • I had to share these 2 items that leverage innovative tools and technologies to tell better stories. First is Our Choice, an interactive e-book by Al Gore.  Our Choice is an interactive 400-page book with videos, photos, and info-graphic content that illustrates how powerful interactive story telling can be. It […]

    Narrative Technology, an ebook by Al Gore and 3 Dreams of Black

    I had to share these 2 items that leverage innovative tools and technologies to tell better stories. First is Our Choice, an interactive e-book by Al Gore.  Our Choice is an interactive 400-page book with videos, photos, and info-graphic content that illustrates how powerful interactive story telling can be. It […]

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  • I have discovered my own ‘Angry Birds’ style game addiction with Cycleblob. Released earlier this week, this Tron inspired game allows the player to control a light cycle and compete against other computer controlled racers on various 3D tracks. Beyond the cool factor of being able to race a Tron […]

    Tron light cycles in my web browser!

    I have discovered my own ‘Angry Birds’ style game addiction with Cycleblob. Released earlier this week, this Tron inspired game allows the player to control a light cycle and compete against other computer controlled racers on various 3D tracks. Beyond the cool factor of being able to race a Tron […]

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  • I have talked about it before, but today at GDC2011 the Khronos Group released the final specification for WebGL, a specification that brings OpenGL hardware-accelerated graphics to supporting web browsers. Official press release. Back to the show!

    WebGL released @ GDC!

    I have talked about it before, but today at GDC2011 the Khronos Group released the final specification for WebGL, a specification that brings OpenGL hardware-accelerated graphics to supporting web browsers. Official press release. Back to the show!

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  • Today Google announced several new features to their stable build of the Chrome browser including: Chrome Web Store is an online marketplace where you can discover thousands of apps, extensions, and themes for Google Chrome. It is open only to Chrome users in the United States. Chrome Instant will begin […]

    Google Chrome 9 gets faster and better

    Today Google announced several new features to their stable build of the Chrome browser including: Chrome Web Store is an online marketplace where you can discover thousands of apps, extensions, and themes for Google Chrome. It is open only to Chrome users in the United States. Chrome Instant will begin […]

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  • We wrote about Google 3D body browser before.  Well now you can have the same 3D experience using some of the new Power Tablets coming out like the Motorola’s Xoom Seen blow. The honeycomb OS release does much better 3D support and from the video below (via VentureBeat); it works […]

    Google 3D Body Browser now on a Tablet via Android 3.0

    We wrote about Google 3D body browser before.  Well now you can have the same 3D experience using some of the new Power Tablets coming out like the Motorola’s Xoom Seen blow. The honeycomb OS release does much better 3D support and from the video below (via VentureBeat); it works […]

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  • Earlier this month was the second WebGL Camp in Silicon Valley. Organized by Henrik Bennetsen (CEO of Katalabs) and Christian Greuel (Manager of SRI Geovisualization Center), the camp is a developer focused event that aims to bring together the people who are writing the WebGL spec with those who build projects on it for some show and tell.

    Review of WebGL Camp #2 2010

    Earlier this month was the second WebGL Camp in Silicon Valley. Organized by Henrik Bennetsen (CEO of Katalabs) and Christian Greuel (Manager of SRI Geovisualization Center), the camp is a developer focused event that aims to bring together the people who are writing the WebGL spec with those who build projects on it for some show and tell.

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  • I update my Chrome browser to give the Google Body Browser a test drive. I really wanted to test it on the Google CR-48 Chrome OS laptop, but you cannot update to a Beta version of Chrome, and as you will read, there is no point anyway. So I gave […]

    Review: Testing out the Google Body Browser, tips for viewing on older computers

    I update my Chrome browser to give the Google Body Browser a test drive. I really wanted to test it on the Google CR-48 Chrome OS laptop, but you cannot update to a Beta version of Chrome, and as you will read, there is no point anyway. So I gave […]

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  • I was at the WebGL Camp today at SRI and the WebGL team from Google gave us a sneak peak at a web3D medical application called the Google Body Browser. (video)  After watching the video at the link, one can quickly see the possibilities of how this could help anatomical […]

    Web3D + Body = Google Human

    I was at the WebGL Camp today at SRI and the WebGL team from Google gave us a sneak peak at a web3D medical application called the Google Body Browser. (video)  After watching the video at the link, one can quickly see the possibilities of how this could help anatomical […]

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