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WebGL is very powerful, but it's complexity can be daunting and setting all but the simplest scenes can be long-winded, tedious and even boring. Join this month's WebGL Workshop London for the second hands on session where you can learn how to build something a bit more ambitious.
In this hands on session, starting from one of the basic scenes provided here, we'll build up to something a bit more ambitious Along the way we'll highlight some of the many features available.
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Founder of WebGL Workshop, coordinator of the Khronos London Chapter and a self-appointed WebGL evangelist, Carl has over 15 years’ experience as a software engineer and dislikes talking in the third person.