The Web Browser as a Simulation Platform
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WebGL and HTML5 combine to make web browsers capable simulation platforms. Building simulations to run in browsers require skills that are relatively common and easy to obtain. The resulting simulations are easy to share with students, research collaborators and customers. We will discuss how we use this infrastructure to teach the latest generation of our graphical simulation course, and how it could be applied to other educational and research projects.
MOVES Research & Education Systems Seminar: Presentation; Session 7: Computer Gaming and Web-Delivered Simulation; Moderator: Perry McDowell; The Web Browser as a Simulation Platform; speaker: Chris Darken
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