OpenGL in a browser is starting to take of with more and more browsers bringing decent WebGL support per default enabled and more nice apps and demos are getting produced.
- Nokia shows how maps / virtual earth applications will look like in the near future (zoom in to the labeled cities to see the 3D models).
- Google sponsored a nice interactive video clip – the first part is not interactive, keep patient!
- The output of a kinect is always nice to look at.
- A long list of demos is also hosted at chromeexperiments.com.
- Want to play around with 3D in your browser yourself? Try Shader Toy to interactively write some fragment shaders :-)
- Don’t want to be limited to just one shader? Try the WebGL playground!
Both sites have also additional demos online.