Hey! We highly recommend you launch this experiment in Google Chrome. It may run slower, or not at all, in other browsers.
Experimenting with WebGL line primitives in Three.js.
Vaguely space inspired.
Cool looking 3D. That would be a really great screen saver too. Keep up the great work.
That was pretty awesome! Music with it would be great!
imagine it ((( 3D)))
Works great for me
That looks nothing like moya's starburst, but nether the less, a very cool webgl experiment, perhaps you could add a little more interaction.
I tried this again with Chromium 10.0.643.0 (71745) and my processor didn't even flinch! Beautiful work Chrome team and great work on this experiment :D
5 stars if you can have it bounce and change colors to the beat of a song. Maybe even let us provide our own music somehow?
doesn't work on 9.0.547.45 using a Geforce GTX470 with an Intel i7 CPU.
Try typing "about:flags" in Chrome and making sure that WebGL is enabled.
Which OS? Your system should be perfectly capable of running this. Though your Chrome version number looks old: latest beta is supposed to be 9.0.597.45, dev channel 10.0.628.0.
People who can't run it, try change settings at about:flags page in your Chrome Dev
WebGL is currently disabled by default in Chrome Beta (9.0.597.45). Please either run Chrome with "--enable-webgl" command line option or change it in "about:flags" http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.com/2011/01/beta-update.html
nice, doesnt work on Chrome Dev channel on Mac OSX Snow Leopard. i'll try Canary channel later.. hope that works, anyone tried yet?
Hmmm, sorry for that :(. I don't have access to Mac for testing. Any alerts / errors / warnings in console? Does it work in Firefox 4? For other demos I heard Firefox on Macs is supposed to work better than Chrome (which is exact opposite of Windows).
I tested it working on Chrome 10.0.612.3 (dev channel) on Windows 7 with ATI Mobility Radeon 3650. Also latest Chrome canary 10.0.624.0 and Chromium continuous build 10.0.629.0 (70512) are ok. (btw what's with "invalid" comment? I couldn't submit my comment in one piece even << 2000 characters. Doesn't like newlines?)
@Cory RS Could you please tell exact version of your Chrome, your OS and your GPU (could be found via "about:gpu")?
It says my browser's not supported and I'm using the developer version of Chrome -.-
I am too and it works fine for me. hmmm.