Articles tagged “Games”
A Taste of WebGPU in Firefox
We are excited to bring WebGPU support to Firefox because it will allow richer and more complex graphics applications to run portably on the web. WebGPU is an emerging API, designed from the ground up within the W3C, to provide access to the graphics and computing capabilities of hardware on the web.
A Saturday Night: Track and record movement in WebVR
Mozilla’s WebVR team has released a fun new virtual reality demo called A Saturday Night. Put your VR headset on, perform a dance, and share it with the world!
Firefox Hardware Report for Web Developers
Suppose you’re developing a sophisticated web game or application, and you’re wondering — will it actually be able to run? What hardware should I be targeting to get the widest possible audience? Existing hardware reports (such as those from Valve and Unity) are excellent, but represent a different group of hardware users than the majority […]
From game jam to mobile and Firefox OS
I love participating in game jams, where game developers get together to craft games in a very short amount of time. I thought it would be cool to take one of my past Game Jam games, Metal vs Hipsters, and port it to the mobile web and Firefox OS. Adapting to mobile My starting point […]