Google explores the human body with HTML5

Tagged: google, HTML5, Technology
Source: USA Today - Read the full article
Posted: 3 years 35 weeks ago

"Google showed off the app at the WebGL Camp. WebGL is a cross-platform low-level 3D graphics API that is designed to bring plugin-free 3D to the web. It uses the HTML5 Canvas element and does not require Flash, Java or other graphical plugins to run. If you visit bodybrowser.googlelabs.com in a supported web browser, you'll get a three-dimensional layered model of the human anatomy that you can zoom in on, rotate and search. WebGL support hasn't hit mainstream browsers, but the beta versions of Google Chrome, Safari and Firefox all support it." | more

 

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falmatrix2r
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beta of chrome, safar and firefox but i didnt see them say IE9

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