WebGL related stories

AEC Hackathon 1.0 starts today

The Khronos Group is sponsoring this years AEC Hackathon, which starts today. A first for the Architecture, Engineering, Construction Industry, the AEC Hackathon is a non-profit event that creates on-the-spot teams of Silicon Valley technologists and industry stakeholders to shape the future of our built environment.

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Internet Explorer 11 with WebGL arrives for Windows 7

Windows 7 users will enjoy the benefits of Internet Explorer 11, including WebGL, starting on today. IE11 for Windows 7, available for download in 95 countries, includes the same performance, security and stability improvements that Windows 8.1 has enjoyed the past few weeks. WebGL is supported giving developers more flexibility to create highly visual sites. IE11 also supports HTML5 drag-and-drop as well as device awareness — so a web developer can create a site that knows the orientation of the device it's running on.

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Complimentary access to all APU 13 keynote sessions - while supplies last

For those interested, complimentary access to all APU 13 keynote sessions is available by registering online, in limited numbers while quantities last. Notable keynote speakers include: Dr. Lisa Su, senior vice president and general manager, Global Business Units, AMD; Johan Andersson, technical director, DICE; Dominic Mallinson, vice president, research and development, Sony; and Mark Papermaster, chief technology officer, AMD. The Developer summit will feature 20 Khronos related sessions on WebGL, OpenCL, WebCL and of course, OpenGL

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Khronos Group gives talk at IRCAM in Paris France

Paris ACM SIGGRAPH, in association with IRCAM and the CNRS, invites you to a conference on the subject of standards and open libraries in the animation and video game industries. Erik Noreke from The Khronos Group will be presenting the Khronos Group as well as the latest developments in the standards they manage.

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Goo Technologies launches WebGL powered Goo Create

Goo Technologies announced the launch of Goo Create, the first professional platform for high-end web graphics. For the first time, professional, high-end 3D visualizations can be created and published online using HTML5, without any downloads or plug-ins, accessible from any device supporting WebGL. Goo Create enables artists and web developers to create rich, interactive web graphics with incredible smoothness and sophistication.

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Goo Technologies finds that the majority of americans play browser-based games

Goo Technologies creates HTML 5 high-end graphics for games and interactive visualizations on the Web and is the company behind the Goo Engine. The findings of their 2013 State of Browser Gaming Index are out, and guess what, over half of americans play browser based games. This bodes well for WebGL. Goo Technologies is a web technology company whose aim is to make all digital experiences instantly available on all devices, everywhere using HTML5 and WebGL.

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CL3VER medical demonstration based on WebGL

3D presentations of the anatomy of the foot and ankle are essential to simplify complex information. CL3VER uses WebGL to make these presentations simple, as seen in this demo.

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Khronos Beijing Chapter first meetup a success

The Khronos Beijing Chapter held their first meetup last week. The next meetup in Beijing is already scheduled for October 19th 2013. Everyone is welcome to join. If you are interested in starting your own Khronos Chapter, please be sure to fill out our online Chapter form.

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Great WebGL and glTF demo

Analytical Graphics, Inc. used the Cesium library with WebGL along with glTF assets to simulate Orbital's Cygnus spacecraft mission to the International Space Station.

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WebGL 3D engine CopperLicht 1.6.3 released

The JavaScript library CopperLicht has just been released in version 1.6.3, adding support for normal maps, compatibility with the 3D editor CopperCube 4.2, and it also now works nicely on Google Chrome for Android. CopperLicht is free to be used, and can be downloaded for free from its website.

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