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Programming 3D Applications with HTML5 and WebGL: 3D Animation and Visualization for Web Pagesby Tony Parisi
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Create high-performance, visually stunning 3D applications for the Web with HTML5 and the emerging web graphics standard, WebGL. With this book, youll learn hands-on how to take your websites production values to a new level by incorporating 3D models and animations, mind-blowing visual effects, and advanced user interaction.
Author Tony Parisi (WebGL: Up and Running) helps you dive deep into core WebGL technical issues, as well as related rendering and animation technologies such as Canvas and CSS3. Youll also learn how to deal with real-world programming concerns, including developing 3D for mobile platforms, performance optimization, and memory management.
Create high-performance, visually stunning 3D applications for the Web, using HTML5 and related technologies such as CSS3 and WebGL—the emerging web graphics standard. With this book, youll learn how to use the tools, frameworks, and libraries for building 3D models and animations, mind-blowing visual effects, and advanced user interaction in both desktop and mobile browsers.
About the Author
Tony Parisi is an entrepreneur and career CTO/architect. He has developed international standards and protocols, created noteworthy software products, and started and sold technology companies. Tony's passion for innovating is exceeded only by his desire to bring coolness and fun to the broadest possible audience.
Tony is perhaps best known for his work as a pioneer of 3D standards for the web. He is the co-creator of VRML and X3D, ISO standards for networked 3D graphics. He also co-developed SWMP, a real-time messaging protocol for multi-user virtual worlds. Tony continues to build community around innovations in 3D as the co-chair of the WebGL Meetup and a founder of the Rest3D working group.
Tony is currently a partner in a stealth online gaming startup and has a consulting practice developing social games, virtual worlds and location-based services for San Francisco Bay Area clients.
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