Hi.. This is from Wikipedia.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebGL
It looks like webGl is supported on Safari but its disabled by default, but I cannot find out how to un-disable it.. Very suppressing, that MS IE has not supported or endorsed webGL, perhaps due to its own Silverlight thing... They probably need to be careful since if webGL does all it claimed to do, people will move over to Firefox and others...
I have been looking at webGL since last year since I have received emails from other 3D companies suggesting they are about to or are/have developed webGL content.. Unfortunately the tag appears stating I do not have webGL support please chose a browsers with webGL support.. Well... I am not going to do that since if webGL cannot work on my Mac using Safari, then whats the point in making anything to showcase when I know that others would perhaps not be able to view the content.. To be honest, I am really excited about webGL, it will open up a door of so many opportunities but at the moment.. emmmmm
Mozilla Firefox - WebGL has been enabled on all platforms that have a capable graphics card with updated drivers since version 4.0. Mozilla Firefox 8.0 and newer versions use Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) to control all WebGL cross-domain textures.
Google Chrome - WebGL has been enabled on all platforms that have a capable graphics card with updated drivers since version 9. Google Chrome 13.0 and newer versions use Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) to control all WebGL cross-domain textures.
Safari - Safari 5.1 and newer versions installed on Mac OS X Lion and Mac OS X Snow Leopard implemented support for WebGL, which is disabled by default.
Opera - WebGL has been implemented in Opera 11 and 12, also disabled by default.
Internet Explorer - Microsoft has not announced any plans to support WebGL. The Chrome Frame and IEWebGL plugins provide options to add support for WebGL to Internet Explorer 6.0 and newer versions, although these plugins are not supported or endorsed by Microsoft.
Nokia N900 - WebGL is available in the stock microB browser from the PR1.2 firmware update onwards.
BlackBerry PlayBook - WebGL is available via WebWorks and browser in PlayBook OS 2.0
Firefox for mobile - WebGL is available for Android devices in unstable builds since early 2011.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia range of Android smartphones have had WebGL capabilities following a firmware upgrade.
Opera Mobile 12 final supports WebGL (on Android only).
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