Although Microsoft has not announced whether it will provide support for WebGL in Internet Explorer, all four of Internet Explorer's major competitors have endorsed WebGL, and developing versions of Firefox, Safari, and Chrome already have it built in. Eventually, building 3D support into the Web could advance the user interfaces of Web applications.
WebGL is not the only 3D Web standard under development. Google is developing its own O3D project, which is currently a browser plug-in, but will be built directly into Google's Chrome browser.
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