|WebGL - Trojans, Snakes And Real Time Textures|
|Written by David Conrad|
|Saturday, 17 August 2013|
WebGL is now one of the standard parts of the web app environment and programmers keep doing impressive things with it. This month's Mozilla's DevDerby winners are good examples of what you can do.
Mozilla runs a competition every month for the best WebGL programs. All of the entries are open source and you can look at them to find out how they work. Most of us, my guess, will simply look at the results and realize what can be done in the browser.
The July winners were:
The runners up aren't so bad either and you should most certainly give them a look:
Is this enough to convince you that the browser is as good as the desktop for complex 3D graphics?
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|Last Updated ( Saturday, 17 August 2013 )|