WebGL related stories

WebGL in Chemistry with Molecules

iChemLabs introduces a WebGL extension to their popular, open source, HTML5 chemistry library, ChemDoodle Web Components. Allowing for the complete rendering of molecules in 3D, the ChemDoodle Web Components allow scientists to provide interactive 3D graphics on their webpages. Companies and universities have become interested in WebGL, and iChemLabs believes the technology will revolutionize how the sciences are presented, such as how pharmaceutical companies interact with their customers, how professors teach students, and how synthetic chemists will communicate. The title links to a component allowing one to view structures from the PubChem database. For further information, view this article published on MacResearch.

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CopperLicht JavaScript 3D engine released, using WebGL

CopperLicht, a fast JavaScript 3D engine has been released today in its first public version. It uses WebGL and is able to render huge 3d worlds like Quake 3 levels (see the demos) at playable speeds. It comes with a full 3d world editor to edit levels and maps and is free to be used. Via it's world editor, CopperLicht is able to import more than 20 3D file formats (like .3ds, .obj, .x, .lwo, COLLADA etc), so it is very easy to create content using this 3d engine. This is the first public release of CopperLicht, so Ambiera, the developer behind this 3d engine is happy about any suggestions, feature requests and comments.

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3d-test with SpiderGL developer—a high-level Javascript WebGL binding

3d-test has posted a short interview with Marco Di Benedetto, the developer behind SpiderGL. Learn why SpiderGL came into existence, where it is now, and where it is going.

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Shader Toy Online GLSL Shader Editor Released Using WebGL

Shader Toy is an online shader editor using the new WebGL specification to allow you to edit GLSL shaders. The tool is based online so there is no need to install any additional software. Shader Toy comes with lots of interesting shaders, including: Raymarching, procedural distance fields, metaballs, tunnels, deformations, postprocessing effects and many more. Shader Toy is ideal when you have an idea you want to sketch, or want to play a bit with shaders, but you don't have your OpenGL framework handy. This WebGL contribution and many more are available through the WebGL Wiki User Contributions.

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GLGE javascript library to ease the use of WebGL is released

3D-Test interviewed the developers behind GLGE, a higher level API using WebGL, with a declarative xml format to remove the chore of creating 3D scenes via javascript alone. GLGE hides the GLSL shaders from the developer by implementing common use shaders within the API, various lighting types, normal maps, shadows, fog, etc. This frees the developers up to create actual content, games and applications with WebGL. Read the interview and visit the GLGE website.

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WebGL wiki adds User Contributions area

The Khronos Groups WebGL public wiki has added a User Contributions area. If you have a WebGL Utility, Project, Presentation, Tutorial, Framework, Video or WebGL Example code, the WebGL work group invites you to share your contribution with the community. Contribute to the WebGL community today.

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Khronos Booth at Game Developers Conference in March 2010

The Khronos Group will be hosting a booth this year at the upcoming Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2010, to be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Khronos will also be feature four sessions on OpenCL, OpenGL, COLLADA and WebGL. Visit the Khronos Group GDC 2010 event page for complete details.

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cnet posts an in-depth write-up on WebGL

The Khronos Group announced a draft specification for the 3D API called WebGL, on December 10th, 2009. If you want to know what WebGL is all about, how fast it is, which browser offers the best implementation, then look no further than todays post on cnet. "If you want to see the scale of browser makers' ambition to remake not just the Web but computing itself, look no farther than a new 3D technology called WebGL." wrote Stephen Shankland from cnet.

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NiHiLogic Labs posts WebGL cheat sheet

NiHiLogic has created an HTML based WebGL cheat sheet and a PDF version.

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Khronos Group announces WebGL Draft Specification

The Khronos Group announced the unveiling of the WebGL Draft Specification. WebGL is a cross-platform, royalty-free web standard for a low-level 3D graphics API based on OpenGL ES 2.0, exposed through the HTML5 Canvas element as Document Object Model interfaces. Khronos has setup a wiki, forums and a public mailing list for greater community involvement.

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