Compared with applications whose animations were created with CSS3, WebGL applications have the clear advantage of reducing the browser overhead to a minimum as WebGL is directly mapped to OpenGL ES 2.0. This means that the browser is not responsible for the main rendering of 2D and 3D scenes. The extra processing capacity liberated by avoiding the page rendering can then be re-deployed to improve the GUIs’ overall performance. This leads to outstanding performance results.
WebGL applications generated with Embedded Wizard aren’t closed systems but open for bidirectional data flows and additional commands which influence the application’s look and feel. With that you can easily integrate performance critical modules, created as an Embedded Wizard applet into a manually programmed HTML5 web application.
To get a real feel for a WebGL application visit our Demos-Page where you can run any Embedded Wizard demo application directly within your browser.
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