WebGL Skin


I like to follow learningwebgl.com, and that is the blog which posted this example. I really like the idea of building a model and displaying it in an interactive environment. It will marry my desire to create 3D models and learn more programming.

Currently all web browsers do not support this capability so if you want to really obtain the FULL experience, you need to download and use Google Chrome (Firefox and Safari are technically support webGL, but Google Chrome already has webGL enabled).

This is an experimental skin rendering created by AlteredQualia.



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