Saturday, March 18, 2017

Chrome quietly received a big 3D graphics boost

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You should see the upgrade in all desktop versions of the browser. Android, meanwhile, is “coming soon.” This isn’t a completely new development when Firefox and Opera also have WebGL 2.0 support. However, Chrome’s considerably larger usage share (58.5 percent as of February, according to Net Market Share) makes this a big deal. It not only increases the chances that you can see this next-level 3D on the web, but gives creators a stronger incentive to take advantage of that extra visual prowess.

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