Saturday, December 25, 2010

Firefox 4 Beta Now Supports 3D Graphics

Mozilla released the last beta for Firefox 4, the newest Internet browser, before releasing the final version. Several improvements have been made include full support to the graph of three-dimensional (3D) standards-based WebGL.

"Firefox 4 beta now supports WebGL for graphics card built-in common modern use. This makes the developers more easily create interactive 3D games, graphics are clear, and a new visual experience on the Web without depending on plug-ins from third party," said Mike Beltzner, Firefox Product Manager, in his blog, yesterday.

WebGL is an open standard for the present three-dimensional graphics on the web. With the WebGL in your browser, you no longer need Java, Flash, or other additional programs to display three-dimensional animation. This is one product that utilizes HTML5 elements which supported many browser developers, such as Google Chrome, Opera, and Apple Safari.

Previously, Google introduced one WebGL implementation on the device, called Body Browser. With this device, web visitors can learn about body parts in three-dimensional, interactive direct on the web.


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