Hey! We highly recommend you launch this experiment in Google Chrome. It may run slower, or not at all, in other browsers.
Real-time traversal of a 3D Mandelbox using the GPU.
Worked just fine for me.
Perfect in chrome 10.0 Firefox 4.0 NVIDIA 8600 GTS VISTA
Got a message with just the 'null' string in it, after getting a chrome err message that it cannot open this page.
Took less than a minute to load on Chrome 9. Had about message about unresponsive windows.
It took about 90 - 120 seconds to come up in my Chrome 9 browser. It is VERY graphic card intensive. I actually shut my card down accidentally by trying to zoom in to fast. I didn't even know you could do that. For people saying it doesn't work, just try being patient. Tell any messages that pop up to wait or keep the app open. The better your graphics probably the less you have to wait.
Works on Firefox 4.0beta11pre Gentoo GNU/Linux 64bit Nvidia 8800GT
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I test it on Chrome 9.0.597 and ignore about 3 or 4 "crash" messages... then it works... about 1 minute later
Shitty code. Whole browser crashes (chrome 9)
Still crashing with Chrome 9.
Crashes my alienware...
Just makes Chrome crash??
Chrome was choking on some quote characters in the shaders. Fixed now. I originally built this using Chrome so that must've crept in through an update.
Doesn't work in Chrome 10.0.639.0 (71358)
chrome canary 10.0.625 gets unknown plugin error, not due to integrated graphics as other has said, i have a radon hd 5400
Crashes browser for both Firefox 4 b8 and Chrom dev build :(
Won't work on latest chrome beta :(
Second try worked for me just fine.
Chrome beta not working for me either. Popup says plugin "unknown" isn't working.
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I think it does not work on integrated graphic cards due to the limited GPU. Doesn't work for me either (graphics driver crashes.)
Chrome 9.0.597.19 beta = popup("null") ... :(
Like star wars death star. Excellent. Who could think about Mandelbrot fractals in this way :)
Doesn't work for me :(
Same thing here, but I'm using Firefox, so it's not Peter Nitsch's fault.
Chrome Beta didn't work for me either.
Try it on Chrome Beta!