WebGL is a Javascript API for rendering interactive 3D / 2D graphics on the HTML5 canvas element. It is based on OpenGL ES 2.0.

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WebGL - Luminance textures from JPG images

Is there any way to create a WebGL texture with Luminance format from JPG image? JPG images have 3 color channels and luminance texture has only one channel. The problem is that gl.texImage2D can't ...
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Web-Based Traffic Simulation based on Discrete Event SImulation + AI

I'm working on the application of 2D web-based traffic simulation. I am looking for a library that is suitable for my application. I'm making an application based on discrete event simulation, each ...
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One draw call with one big mesh VS many draw calls with many little meshes

I have read that in order to optimize WebGL application, one should reduce an amount of draw calls. But does it mean that computing a one big mesh from all single meshes on CPU by modifying vertices ...
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Is it possible or not to share a geometry among many meshes and applied a different shaderMaterial for each?

I instanciate one PlaneGeometry, then I instanciate 200 meshes sharing this geometry and with their own instance of a given shaderMaterial. Here is a simplified version of the code : ... var geom = ...
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Strauss model : no specular component [duplicate]

I implemented the Strauss model with the metalness, transparency and smoothness parameters, taking the formulas from the book "Programming vertex geometry and pixel shaders", this is how I implemented ...
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How can I compute spotlight attenuation when I only have a spotlight cutoff angle?

I am trying to compute the spot light attenuation, though I don't have a spotCosCutoff (cosine of the spotlight cutoff angle) predefined variable in the shader so I have to compute it myself. This is ...
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Having a problem with texturing vertices in WebGL, think parameters are off in the image?

I'm having a problem texturing a simple rectangle in my WebGL program, I have the parameters set as follows: gl.texImage2D(gl.TEXTURE_2D, 0, gl.RGBA, gl.RGBA, gl.UNSIGNED_BYTE, textureImage); I'm ...
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WebGL CORS error loading simple texture in Chrome

Here's my code: function loadTexture() { textureImage = new Image(); textureImage.onload = function() { setupTexture(); } textureImage.src = "jumper2.png"; } function ...
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How do i draw a volume cube and fill it up with a 3D texture in webgl? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I implement 3D textures using webgl? I have a set of (x-y) images of the cross-section of an object varying along the z-dimension. From that i have to construct ...
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How can I use WebGL to create a tile-based multi-layer scrolling platform game?

I've found WebGL (based on OpenGL) to be a fiendish and unforgiving framework for those learning to write HTML5-based games. Despite the presence of many examples on how to get started, I'm really ...
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List of GLSL ES built-in variables

I am writing an article on WebGL and three.js, I'm trying to search all the built-in variables available in the vertex and fragment shader. I've found many sites mentioning some, for example: ...
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enemy shooting towards FPS [closed]

WELL first of all I want you to see my game (its deployed on heroku cloud) : http://still-escarpment-3701.herokuapp.com (It takes almost 10 sec to load so please wait for couple of sec) I have ...
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How can I create a WebGL camera based on quaternions?

I am trying to create a WebGL camera based on quaternions. I looked at many tutorials, and none is as simple as it could be or it was not working. How can I create such a camera?