WebGL released, finally

Finally, the first browser with enabled WebGL has been released today: Chrome 9 has just been released, and WebGL is now on by default. This means that a lot of people now will be able to see and use 3D WebGL applications in websites. If you have chrome 9, here are some WebGL demos for you. Nice!

five comments, already:

Nice. If only it were possible to capture the mouse :-(
xaos - 04 02 11 - 09:48

I couldnt run any webgl demo, google body browser included. No idea why. Is it really a release or just a beta?
Nostaw - 04 02 11 - 12:56

Works for me..
Zutuk - 05 02 11 - 12:29

thanks god i have chrome 9
imerchant - 05 02 11 - 16:51

WebGL does also work fine with Firefox 4. Installed Beta10 of that version on all my computers :D
Brainsaw (link) - 08 02 11 - 07:35


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