Trying Out WebGL Physics


If you have ever played a video game you know there’s a subtle wow factor when objects don’t act in a linear fashion. That hang time right before a trap comes swinging back? The effect of sliding across icy terrain? Each of those experiences centers around, and is made far more compelling by the use of physics.

While gaming may be one of the most intuitive use cases for physics, WebGL allows us to render graphics in web browsers, and different plugins exist to help us easily run physics simulations. …


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