Oops, it looks like WebGL is not yet enabled in your browser.
WebGL is an exciting new, open-standard web technology that enables sophisticated 2D and 3D graphics and animations on desktop and mobile web browsers. It requires no plug-ins; it's a core technology that's built right into the browser. Support across mainstream browsers has grown quickly from 0% to 75% in just the past year.
If you're seeing this message, it means your browser has not yet enabled WebGL. But fortunately you have a lot of options:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer:
You will need Internet Explorer 11 or later.
- MacOS Safari:
WebGL is supported but may be disabled by default. To enable it, go to:
Preferences > Advanced > Show Develop menu in menu bar.
Then go to: Develop Menu > Enable WebGL.
- Chrome, Firefox and Opera have WebGL enabled by default on most platforms, including mobile. If you're having trouble with IE or Safari, try one of these browsers.
- Android Devices:
Chrome is typically your best bet for WebGL on Android, but there are some devices Chrome does not support. In these cases, Firefox or Opera will often work instead.
- iOS Devices:
At the time of this writing, Apple has only enabled WebGL on iOS for advertisements. Hopefully general purpose WebGL support will arrive on on iOS soon. Or tell Apple to hurry up!