I have discovered that web browsers viewed via Windows remote
desktop do not support WebGL even if they are told to ignore the
graphics blacklist (or force-webgl-enabled in Firefox case). I
have tried both Chrome and Firefox 4.
I am surprised. I thought rendering for remote desktop was done
on the remote system, the image scaled and the result transmitted
to the local system so I expected WebGL to work. The NVIDIA
control panel will not open via remote desktop so I cannot check
the driver version but I am pretty sure it is WebGL capable.
The information provided at get.webgl.org needs to include this
begin:vcard fn:Mark Callow n:Callow;Mark org:HI Corporation;Middleware Development adr:Higashiyama 1-4-4, Meguro-ku;;Meguro Higashiyama Bldg 5F;Tokyo;;153-0043;Japan email;internet:email@example.com title:Chief Architect tel;work:+81 3 3710 9367 tel;fax:+81 3 5773 8660 x-mozilla-html:TRUE url:http://www.hicorp.co.jp, http://www.mascotcapsule.com version:2.1 end:vcard