Using WebGL, Pics.io is planning on launching a browser-based service to let people more easily tap into raw photography with their browsers. Pics.io startup founded by a Ukrainian trio thinks it's time for the Web browser to take on a computing task that so far has resisted the shift toward cloud computing: raw photo editing.
Join us for the first Khronos Boston Chapter Meetup at the British Beer Company in Framingham, MA on Tuesday, June 11th at 6:00PM. The event will feature a talk introducing the newly released OpenGL ES 3.0. After the talk, there will be time for demos and networking. Come learn about OpenGL ES 3.0 and meet others in the Boston area that are interested in 3D graphics with OpenGL, OpenGL ES, and WebGL.
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.