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Stephen Brooks
2020-08-11 22:12:24
I've been experimenting with porting some of my older programs to WebGL so they display directly in the browser.  This has worked quite well for the two I've tried so far (and the advances in graphics cards since 2002-3 have allowed me to add animation)

Lights and Perspective

Cubes Screensaver
Zerberus
2020-08-16 00:53:08
Does not work for all browsers, though.

"Your browser does not seem to support HTML5 canvas."
Stephen Brooks
2020-09-04 05:38:09
Ha!  If your browser doesn't even support the CANVAS tag (or WebGL for that matter) then you're out of luck.

I've been trying to debug more subtle things where the canvas works, but the shader might not compile because of GPU limitations, e.g. if someone is trying to run it on a phone or iPad.

There's another one now too
Zerberus
2020-10-02 05:14:06
Nah, was just blocked, as it allows browser fingerprinting.  Works now.
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