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http://greweb.me/glsl.js/examples

glsl.js is a subset of a WebGL library which focus on making the GLSL (OpenGL Shading Language) easy and accessible for vizualisation and game purposes (2D or 3D).
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submitted almost 4 years ago, by blueberry
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blueberry
metastew

What browser are you using to view this page? I get a
WebGL: INVALID_VALUE: getProgramInfoLog: no object or object deleted
when I open it in either Chrome or Firefox.

metastew, almost 4 years ago

blueberry

Works in chrome and FF for me, but Safari says webgl not supported.

blueberry, almost 4 years ago

lush

Have you got WebGL enabled? chrome://flags/

lush, almost 4 years ago

metastew

Yup, it's already enabled in both browsers.

Apparently it's got something to do with textures. Already posted my issue to glsl.js github looking into this. I have a feeling I'm missing a webgl extension.

metastew, almost 4 years ago

lush

Keep us posted, curious as to what the fault is.

lush, almost 4 years ago

metastew

It got fixed! I'm now able to see the mario sprites. See here for the fix

metastew, almost 4 years ago

lush

Sweeeeeeeeeet!

lush, almost 4 years ago


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