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Re: [Public WebGL] some samples and a question about looping

Hi Mark,

I understand the desire to protect graphics vendors' interests by
making hardware limitation inquiries anonymous. Could you tell us
anything about the nature of these shader-limited GPUs? Are they
currently being manufactured? Are they 2 years old? 5 years? Desktop?

If these GPUs are deployed in devices with sub-1GHz CPUs, I have a
hard time believing that these devices will ever run WebGL content
acceptably due to JavaScript's inherent inefficiency.

When WebGL starts to take off in a year or two, how old will these
minimally ES2 GPUs be? Will the owners of these devices expect WebGL
to work on a 5 year old cell phone?

I look forward to your reply.


David Sheets
Ashima Arts

On Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 6:30 PM, Mark Callow <callow_mark@hicorp.co.jp> wrote:
> On 06/01/2011 01:02, tomi.aarnio@nokia.com wrote:
>> Hi Mark,
>> Can you give any examples of such implementations? I'm wondering whether such hardware will be able to run any practical WebGL content in the first place, irrespective of looping restrictions.
> I think Ken's reply covered the situation pretty well. I can't give
> examples of such implementations because in the OpenGL ES WG we take
> steps to make responses to queries about hardware limitations anonymous.
> But when we discussed relaxing (strengthening?) the minima of Appendix A
> this feature was apparently not available on all implementations.
> Regards
>    -Mark

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