GeoCV captures your apartment in vivid 3D

Apartment walk-throughs are necessary but uneventful. You visit the kitchen, hit the bathroom, size up the bedroom, kick a dead cockroach into the front closet and then sign a contract. But what if yo

Unity Partners With Mozilla To Port Its Popular Game Engine To The Web

<a target="_blank" href="http://unity3d.com/">Unity</a> and <a target="_blank" href="http://mozilla.org">Mozilla</a> today <a target="_blank" href="https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2014/03/18/mozilla-and

New Google Maps For Desktop Brings Back Pegman, Adds Waze Data And 3D Earth Tours

Google today launched an update to its new Google Maps for desktop that brings traffic data from Waze to the desktop for the first time (it’s already integrated into the mobile Maps apps). This

With Internet Explorer On Board, WebGL Is Ready For Prime Time

We've seen developers create 3D content in the browser for a while now, but to do so, they had to use Flash or other tools because browsers didn't support this kind of content out of the box. <a targe

Microsoft (Finally) Confirms WebGL Support For Internet Explorer 11

Our own Frederic Lardinois noted that the new version of Internet Explorer<a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2013/06/26/microsoft-launches-windows-8-1-preview-with-start-button-deep-skydrive-integra

Google Launches Cube Slam, An Open Source Pong Clone, To Show Off The Power Of WebRTC And WebGL

Google today launched Cube Slam, an open source pong clone that you can play against the computer or a friend in the browser. That by itself wouldn't be all that exciting, but Google created this game

Mozilla And Epic Games Bring Unreal Engine 3 To The Web, No Plugin Needed

Back in 2011, Epic ported its popular Unreal Engine 3 technology to Flash and showed how relatively high-end 3D games could run in the browser. It’s 2013 now, however, and Flash isn’t exac