Every week, we cherry-pick the best of the web for you, among the latest WebGL creations of note.
We wish you a merry Christmas!
Christmas is already gone but we are not getting tired of this digital Advent calendar. Each day possesses its micro experiment(s) in WebGL. http://christmasexperiments.com/
Chase The Line
‘Chase The Line’ is an interactive film promoting the new GTI sport Peugeot. The VR mode offers an immersive race in which users can choose to drive with keyboard controlsor their smartphone by synchronizing it. https://chase-the-line.com/
'We need skilled people'
Cryptaris Mission is an online simulator in WebGL aiming to test the skills required in the US Army STEM division (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics). At each level, the difficulty increases and only 5% of users can finish the game. http://www.cryptarismission.com/
Greenpeace presents a dynamic website with sections running on WebGL. The map of the association’s fleet allows users to view where are the Greanpeace’s boats all around the world. Some animations and transitions also run on WebGL. http://sailing-with-greenpeace.com/
Opera at home
4 experiences in 360 degrees invite users on stage in order to enjoy an artistic show : music, drama, … Several 360 views are offered in each experience, changing the perception and modulating the sound each time as if users were really on stage. https://performingarts.withgoogle.com/
Void is back with a second version composed of different interactive ‘rooms’. Each room invites users to interact with WebGL animations. There is no indication on the way to trigger the forms, sounds and movements : users must figure it out themselves by testing different combinations with the mouse. http://void-ii.hi-res.net/
Feel The Force
Perhaps you already experimented this… but it would be a shame to miss it. Light Saber simulates an escape from an Imperial Star Destroyer. In order to make the simulation really entertaining, this Chrome experiment invites you to synchronize your smartphone and use it as a light saber ! https://lightsaber.withgoogle.com/
Perhaps you already experimented this… but it would be a shame to miss it. Light Saber simulates an escape from an Imperial Star Destroyer. In order to make the simulation really entertaining, this Chrome experiment invites you to synchronize your smartphone and use it as a light saber ! http://www.socialbakers.com/social-wars/