If you"re running chrome or another webkit browser with WebGL) http://www.chromeexperiments.com/
I"m working on the Pi-finity! game and would like to use WebGL to show development team members, the Foundation, and other innocent bystanders what we"re doing before the game engine is up and running well enough for an unlimited number of viewers/players.
For someone who has an R-Pi board, can you visit the http://www.ChromeExperiments.com
link above using a WebGL-capable browser (e.g.,Webkit-based, such as Chrome) and tell us whether the demos work and, if some don"t, which ones do? I would also like to know whether the demos at http://www.ibiblio.org/e-notes.....earth.html
work in a WebGL browser (this will give you an idea of the realism and 3-D model quality I"m going for in the game). Please let me know what OS/browser versions you were running, and if you can try all combinations you have, that would be even more greatly appreciated.
This brings up the topic of whether folks receiving boards earlier can provide SSH/VNC/etc., access to those of us developers who will be waiting to receive our boards to do lightweight testing of the above kind of thing on a not-to-interfere basis (e.g., late at night your time). We would forever be in your debt, or at least until one of these lottery numbers pays off
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