WebGL 3D Applications – plopbyte


WebGL is the dominant 3D API in web development. With WebGL, you can create interactive 3D experiences with JavaScript.

At plopbyte, we are creating a web application called “Plopbyte” (a play on the term “plops”, meaning “splat”) which shows how the WebGL API can be used for applications that present 3D scenes and provide live rendering of them. It will allows anyone to create an easy-to-use tool for this purpose. ​It is based on OpenGL ES 2 and includes Scene Viewer, Camera and Motion Blur components available through a REST API . You get an overview of the basics of Unity3d’s WebGL engine and learn how to build your own content using a new paradigm called “Plop” .

WebGL is a new, fast-growing and exciting web standard that offers a new approach to 3D applications. WebGL allows users to draw objects and characters directly on a computer screen. The 3D images can be displayed in real time or saved offline for later use.

WebGL 3D is a new way of rendering your computer on the web. It combines WebGL and OpenGL to create visual effects. There are many different applications that use it, from video games to films, from movies to augmented reality.

We can use these types of webgl applications in a variety of ways. We could use them for interactive 3D interactions, for example:  3D “lights” or “shadows”  that you see in your browser window for example and we could also render 3D graphics over the top if you are reading a text document within your browser.  Probably one of the most interesting applications though would be some kind of video game or perhaps an augmented reality application (AR). In this article I will talk about how we can use webgl applications.

WebGL is a JavaScript framework that enables the animation, rendering and simulation of 3D graphics. It is currently one of the most critical issues in modern web browsers.

This section introduces the benefits of using the WebGL 3D applications to create computer graphics.

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Plopbyte is a webGL based image rendering and compositing software. It allows you to create highly detailed and interactive 3D scenes, share your personal settings or modify assets with a simple drag & drop interface.

By rendering graphics in WebGL, the application provides an alternative to OpenGL for modern web browsers – it is both much faster and more stable than using the native API of your browser.