WebGL: Up and Running is a new book by Tony Parisi. This book will help you get off and running with a quick introduction to WebGL. From the O'Reilly website "Tony Parisi is an entrepreneur and career CTO/architect. He has developed international standards and protocols, created noteworthy software products, and started and sold technology companies. Tony's passion for innovating is exceeded only by his desire to bring coolness and fun to the broadest possible audience." The Khronos group has had the privilege of working with Tony in the past. Tony Parisi is also the founder of the WebGL Meetups in and around the San Francisco area.
The Khronos Group invites you to view videos from February Hsinchu/Taipei leg of our 2012 Pan Pacific Road Show. The nine part series is now available on YouTube under the Khronos Group Channel.
Videos from the WebGL Camp in Orlando Florida are now online. There are 5 video session in total.
Opera ports its WebGL hardware acceleration from Opera Mobile to the Android version of Opera Mini 7.
RIM is exemplifying the fact that you can take WebGL browser games and turn them into native apps using WebWorks on the PlayBook with the game feeling like a native game.
The HTML5-powered Opera TV Store is now on show at IP&TV World Forum in London. It's packed with new cool features such as the ability to render WebGL content. Game developers can bring their WebGL-based games to connected TVs running the Opera TV Store.
Eric Moller from Opera has posted an excellent 14 part video instructional on YouTube. Check it out!
Did you miss the WebGL Meetup we held along side GDC last week? No worries, we recorded the entire meetup, and have posted it in four parts on YouTube (part one, two, three) and as podcasts. With Tony Parisi as moderator, the WebGL meetup covered lots of ground, including a spec update, lots of demo's and a security corner with Ken Russell from Google. The slide presentation in PDF format from the meetup is also online.