Show off your WebGL Widget Contest
Winner Tijmen Crone!
We would like to replace the animated WebGL widget on Khronos' home page, and what better way to do that then to invite the WebGL community to show their stuff! We invite you to create your own WebGL Web Widget. We'll pick the coolest looking one and feature it on the Khronos website along with a link to your website.
Ready to take the challenge?
Here is an overview of the contest and the submission form. For details and the boring-but-necessary legal stuff including who can enter, please be sure to look at the official rules document.
This contest is closed -- watch for the next one starting on September 2!
WebGL Web Widget Requirements:
- Must be original work and not contain any copyright material (You may use third-party libraries, however you must have the right to redistribute them, and the Khronos Group must be granted the same rights.)
- The WebGL widget must be allowed to be presented on the Khronos website.
- The widget must use the WebGL API for its rendering.
- Should look good within a space of 200 x 200 pixels.
- The WebGL widget must come in under 30K for both code and resources, gzip-compressed.
- The WebGL widget must run on at least two WebGL implementations on each of Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android.
We will display the winning WebGL widget on the Khronos website for at least 3 months, and include a link to your website. We will announce the winner at the WebGL BOF at SIGGRAPH on August 13, and if you're at the BOF, we'll even give you enthusiastic applause!
The winner will also receive:
Mali-based Telclast P90HD
Two different WebGL books
Author: Tony Parisi
Courtesy: O'Reilly Media.
"WebGL Game Development"
Author: Sumeet Arora
Courtesy: Packt Publishing
The winning entry
Sorry, the contest is now over.
We're busy reviewing all the entries, and will have a winner ready to announce at SIGGRAPH 2014 on August 13th. We'll also post the winning entry here.
This is the current WebGL widget we've had on our homepage for a very long time. Will you be the one to replace it? (Note: If you are using a browser that doesn't support WebGL, you will only see a PNG here. Find out how to upgrade so you can see WebGL right in your browser!)