WebGL 2.0 is a long-awaited feature upgrade which delivers the OpenGL ES 3.0 feature set, bringing the browser’s graphical capabilities closer to the state of the art. WebGL 2.0 is shipping now in the Firefox and Chrome browsers, and all WebGL implementers have declared intent to support it.
COLLADA has had support for embedding physics information into a document for a long time but it has never been easy to take advantage of. Adding NVIDIA PhysX Maya plugin and openCOLLADA plugin together makes physics export much more practical.
Photos have JPEGs, music has MP3s, and movies have MP4 – well now 3D has glTF! glTF – it stands for OpenGL transmission format - is a Khronos-created, royalty-free specification for the efficient transmission and loading of 3D scenes and models by 3D applications.