Powder Tracks is a WebGL application that demonstrates the synchronization of HTML5 video with GPS tracking data in a zero footprint virtual globe. No downloads or plugins are required. Additional highlights include streaming Bing imagery, streaming high resolution (10 meter) terrain, terrain slope overlay imagery and a dynamic metadata display.
The self-paced online "Interactive 3D Graphics" course is complete, with the addition of the final five units: Lights, Cameras, Texturing, Shader Programming, and Animation. The course uses three.js atop WebGL. Over 22,000 people have registered, 71% from outside the U.S.
One of the newer Khronos Chapters has announced a tentative date for a meet up in September 2013. For more information, please visit the Brazil Chapter page. If you would like to start a Khronos Chapter in your corner of the world, please visit the Khronos Group Chapter pages.
Sketchfab, a web service to publish, share and embed interactive 3D models will be giving a demo of their services, capabilities, and a general overview of what is happening in the background. Hosting the Meetup at Pivotal Labs will be the three co-founders from Paris: Cédric Pinson, Alban Denoyel, and Pierre-Antoine Passet.
Struggling to find time to keep up with the latest WebGL happenings? You'll be happy to know that Tony Parisi, new Learning WebGL Editor-in-Chief has brought the 'WebGL around the Net' column back to life. The first edition under his reign is full of great news. Check it out!
Learning WebGL, a leading site for learning browser-based 3D programming, today announced that it has appointed Tony Parisi as Editor-in-Chief. Giles Thomas, site creator has been named Editor Emeritus, in recognition for his pioneering efforts developing an invaluable educational destination for WebGL.