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Khronos Details WebGL Initiative to Bring Hardware-Accelerated 3D Graphics to the Internet

The Khronos Group, today announced more details on its new WebGL™ working group for enabling hardware-accelerated 3D graphics in Web pages without the need for browser plug-ins. The WebGL working group is defining a JavaScript binding to OpenGL® ES 2.0 to enable rich 3D graphics within a browser on any platform supporting the OpenGL or OpenGL ES graphics standards.
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WebGL appears in Mozilla trunk

Michael Smith posted on his twitter page this morning that WebGL has appeared in the Mozilla trunk. It was just three days ago that WebGL was first noticed in WebKit. From the homepage of Michael Smith, "I joined the W3C in 2007 as part [of] the W3C Mobile Web Initiative. I am involved with the work on The HTML Markup Language and on standards related to browsing technologies; in particular, the phenomenon known as HTML5, as well as other standards related to Web Applications."
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Is OpenCL in the Clouds?

Yes is the short answer. An informative run down on where OpenCL is in the all important buzz word of the day: Cloud-computing.
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WebGL bringing new life to the web

Thomas Escher recently posted his perspective of WebGL in response to Wired magazines article "The Web is Dead, Long Live the Interent." (google translation)
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