"Google, Mozilla, Apple, Opera, and graphics hardware vendors have been working together to standardize WebGL for over a year now, and since the spec is just about final at this point, we wanted to get our implementation out there for feedback," Russell said.
Google expects developers to quickly build a lot of WebGL content. The company is showing demos using the technology, including Body Browser, which is a human anatomy explorer, and Music Visualizer, a jukebox that synchronizes 3D graphics to the beat of music. Demos can be found at the Chrome Experiments website.
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