The tweet said, “Safari 5.1 also has some new things in the Develop menu, including a switch to enable WebGL!” with a link to the following image:
Apple has not yet enabled WebGL for Safari. Developers wanting a preview can download a WebKit nightly build and enable WebGL with a command. It is not clear if and when WebGL will be enabled by default in Safari.
WebGL is currently available by default in Firefox 4, Opera 11 and recent versions of Chrome.
Header image from HelloRacer WebGL demo.
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