WebGL Now and Future

A session at Thunder Plains

Tuesday 3rd November, 2015

9:30am to 10:20am (CST)

This summer I will be completing a fellowship with Mozilla helping building out the documentation for WebGL on MDN.
At Thunderplains I would love to speak about this experience, and what the future of WebGL looks like. WebGL is a fairly low-level API that has a lot of power and archane complexity. Most of the knowledge-base for GL-related technologies is written towards developers of non-web technologies. I would like to boil this technology down into a simple conceptual intro of the lower-level API that is specifically targeted towards web developers. I would also like to challenge the attendees on what future applications can be built using WebGL and how it will fundamentally change how we interact with the web.

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Greg Tatum

Code artist, webdev, animator, open web enthusiast, and bibliophile. bio from Twitter

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Time 9:30am10:20am CST

Date Tue 3rd November 2015

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