Archive for December, 2010
- Dec 16 2010
We’re totally psyched! Human Engines collaborated with Google back in October to create the Aquarium and Collectibles Painter demos to help demonstrate the types of experiences WebGL will make possible.
Today Google announced the release of their Chrome beta browser and released the demos on their dedicated WebGL Chrome Experiments page. You can now run these demos without having to download special builds or play with command line arguments. So go check em’ out.
- Dec 9 2010
Google has launched their Chrome OS pilot program and demo'd one of the WebGL demos we collaborated with them on. ArsTechnica was there to see the show, here is what they had to say:
Google has also been focusing on WebGL, work that is progressing swiftly. During the presentation, Google showed several impressive WebGL demos, including a virtual 3D aquarium with sharks that shoot lasers out of their eyes. The availability of rich 3D functionality through native Web standards will be significant for enabling the next generation of browser-based games.
We agree! Check out the article here