Oops, it looks like WebGL is not yet enabled in your browser.
WebGL is an exciting new, open-standard web technology that enables sophisticated 2D and 3D graphics and animations on desktop and mobile web browsers. It requires no plug-ins; it's a core technology that's built right into the browser. Support across mainstream browsers has grown quickly from 0% to 75% in just the past year.
If you're seeing this message, it means your browser has not yet enabled WebGL. But fortunately you have a lot of options:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer:
You will need Internet Explorer 11 or later.
- MacOS Safari:
WebGL is supported but may be disabled by default. To enable it, go to:
Preferences > Advanced > Show Develop menu in menu bar.
Then go to: Develop Menu > Enable WebGL.
- Chrome, Firefox and Opera have WebGL enabled by default on most platforms, including mobile. If you're having trouble with IE or Safari, try one of these browsers.
- Android Devices:
Chrome is typically your best bet for WebGL on Android, but there are some devices Chrome does not support. In these cases, Firefox or Opera will often work instead.
- iOS Devices:
WebGL will be enabled in iOS 8 Safari.