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zefs says

Wow, awesome. Ferrari should buy this! :p

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ParkerAndKent says

It will take another 10 years until IE will be capable of this and right now it’s the browser that has the most market share. And with the newest update, it’s just another disappointment.

Right now IE has the 26% of market and it is loosing around 1% of share each month. Firefox is the most use browser, touching the 60% :)

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wickedpixel says

You know what? I will do like Apple… You want my cool thing to work? Use a proper browser!! :D



In other news… I think Chrome will beat Firefox.

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RimmonTrieu says

I have nothing against webgl but currently it’s pretty much an experiment thing in my opinion. First off IE will never support webgl and why would microsoft do so if they have direct3d which is actually better than opengl ?

Secondly, it only works in Chrome and FF, why would Opera user like me want to open a second browser just to see a 3D app. This is actually worse than installing plugin like Unity player because once installed people can see Unity app anytime in any browser.

Finally, javascript is a fragile language, compare to AS3 / Flash and C# / Unity it’s just a joke to develop anything seriously.

Edit: just check the app it’s 20FPS in latest Chrome on Win 7. Same app Carlos built with Unity months ago runs much smoother.

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BigZ says

The WebGL version is more smoother for me… The flash version is more detailed though.

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magickaito says

another amazing webgl implmentation by google. http://bodybrowser.googlelabs.com/body.html#

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pezflash says

In other news… I think Chrome will beat Firefox.

I can’t explain why in valid reasons, but i hate chrome. Wonder if there are more like me outside.

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ZoomIt says

Right now IE has the 26% of market and it is loosing around 1% of share each month. Firefox is the most use browser, touching the 60% :)

That is right, if you listen to http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp but those stats are from the visitors of w3schools which are mostly web developers, and 26% seems to me like a lot of web devs using IE.

“These facts indicate that the browser figures above are not 100% realistic. Other web sites have statistics showing that Internet Explorer is a more popular browser.

Anyway, our data, collected from W3Schools’ log-files, over a five year period, clearly shows the long and medium-term trends.”

As far as I know, IE is still on top

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MSFX Volunteer moderator says

^ yeah, you can’t use w3 stats as a guideline, its only visited by devs and people wondering what the html and css validator images are..

Regarding the link I posted I think its amazing to see it working like that, I get a full 60fps in Chrome! I also agree, Unity is obviously the better way to go but its pretty amazing to see the boundaries being pushed all the time :)

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flashedge says

IE has lost ground indeed but it’s still keeping the bigger slice.

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