What is WebGL?
WebGL is a web standard created to display 3D graphics in any browser. It’s based on OpenGL and allows you to create interactive 3D visualizations without the need for plugins. WebGL is fully supported by modern browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge.
WebGL can be used for a variety of applications including medical imaging, industrial design, scientific visualization, and gaming. It’s also becoming increasingly popular for data visualization due to its ability to render large data sets quickly and smoothly.
One of the best things about WebGL is that it’s open source and available to everyone. So if you’re looking to get started with 3D visualization, don’t let the lack of experience hold you back.