WebGL closer than ever

Google just released Chrome 7.
I'm not a Chrome user myself (I prefer Opera), but this still is great news: Version 7 includes WebGL, although you still need to manually enable it. But the best part: The next version, Chrome 8 is already available in the developer channel, and WebGL is enabled in there by default. This release of version 7 now means that version 8 is very close and that it should not be much longer until WebGL is enabled by default in one of the major browsers. Probably in December already, as the wikipedia page suggests (de)?

three comments, already:

So browsers are on their best way to become a overflowing kitchen sink :)
Matthias () - 21 10 10 - 08:47

what about firefox 4? will it be enabled there?
horace () - 22 10 10 - 20:04

sure, looks like it will be enabled there as well.
niko - 24 10 10 - 10:58


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