Saturday, June 2, 2012

WebGL Enabler for iOS

There are lots of good examples of how WebGL can be put to good use, allowing the creation of high-quality 3D graphics inside your web browser, just as OpenGL has been doing in native programs on your computers for years.

Unfortunately, when it comes to the iPad and the iPhone, WebGL is still a no-go. Something that can be frustrating, considering that Apple indeed has implemented it since iOS 4.2 - but reserved only for iAds use! (Is Apple really that afraid of what WebGL web apps could achieve, and bypass its own App Store?)

Anyway, if you're a fan of jailbreaking, you can now enable WebGL on your iOS mobile Safari as well as any other web view, thanks to this webglenabler, which is available for... any amount you want to pay, including "free".

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