The website Learning WebGL has a series of 15 lessons on WebGL starting with the configuration required to run WebGL, and ending with render to texture. This is a fairly complete tutorial, providing almost everything you need from getting started all the way to write complex applications. The tutorial covers the definition of geometry, including a loader, texturing, keyboard and mouse interactivity, lighting and some shaders.
Wow! Excellent graphics, hypnotising theme… Could look at it for hours… One of the best looking demos of 3D on the web I’ve ever seen.
FastKat GL 0.2 alpha version. Another demo using WebGL.
You travel in an asteroid field and must avoid collisions. It’s just a demo, as pointed out on the site, but nicely done. Simple but effective.
Fractal Lab, Interactive WebGL Fractal Explorer, is a very cool 3D web application. It can draw several types of fractals, both 3D and 2D, and it allows you to save the images produced.
The fractals are rendered using WebGL and GLSL with real time interactivity (at least for the simpler ones). The source code for the shaders is provided.
The number of iterations is configurable but beware the too many may hang up the whole system.
WebGL – OpenGL ES 2.0 for the Web. WebGL is an API based on OpenGL ES 2.0 to display 3D graphics in a browser. The specification is maintained by the Khronos Group.
The browser is acessible here.