WebGL in the real world – a short case study – Part 2

In a recent post I described a WebGL pilot project for a client.  After experimenting with a couple of WebGL frameworks I reverted to basic principles and wrote a purpose-built display app that was able to display 506K textured triangles at interactive rates.  The demo let the user navigate through a pseudo-architectural scene using first-person-shooter style keyboard navigation.

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