I was checking out the WebGL abilities today in Chrome, Opera and in Firefox. I was really impressed. It seems like such a leap from the rigid world of webpages we live in nowadays. To think that the capabilities of WebGL could be integrated with a standard webpage to provide a much more rich experience than what we see now.
WebGL is still emerging as a NEW standard in web media, but any browser worth mentioning is already working on this standard.
ICONICLY [yes, I said that correctly] Internet Explorer doesn’t support WebGL graphics. I don’t understand why Microsoft even bothers with that browser anymore.
So, in my testing, I decided to do a quick video to show those who would rather not load a new browser, just to see this feat of cool.
Here’s the link if you can run it your self…
Here’s the video, if you can’t, or care not to load another browser…
I hope this helps…
Larry Henry Jr.