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HTML5 and WebGL - Browser gaming is here

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Synchronizing HTML5 video with GPS tracking data in WebGL

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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.
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WebGL and HTML5: Is this the future of gaming?

Marcus Kruger from Goo Technologies discusses why he and his company see WebGL and HTML5 as the future of gaming... in the cloud.
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Goo Technologies finds that the majority of americans play browser-based games

Goo Technologies creates HTML 5 high-end graphics for games and interactive visualizations on the Web and is the company behind the Goo Engine. The findings of their 2013 State of Browser Gaming Index are out, and guess what, over half of americans play browser based games. This bodes well for WebGL. Goo Technologies is a web technology company whose aim is to make all digital experiences instantly available on all devices, everywhere using HTML5 and WebGL.
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CL3VER Wins the “Best of Show” Award

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After winning the Silver Medal for the TenLinks Best of Show for Autodesk University 2014, CL3VER has now won the Architosh “Best of SHOW” award at AIA Atlanta 2015. This confirms CL3VER as a key and emerging technology that will have a large impact on architectural practice and AEC workflows. In the words of the prize jury “CL3VER was really the application that encapsulated this pivot point of things to come: A very disruptive platform leveraging ubiquitous HTML5 and WebGL through a very seamless web UI..." Congratulations CL3VER!
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