WebGL and 3D graphics
Google Chrome supports WebGL technology to deliver hardware-accelerated 3D graphics. With it, you can experience rich 3D content inside Google Chrome without installing additional software.
If you're curious to find out what 3D graphics can look like using WebGL, try out some experiments.
Supported operating systems
- Windows 7/Windows 8 (Windows 7 or later recommended)
- Mac OS 10.6 or later (10.8 or later recommended)
- Chrome OS
WebGL is available in Chrome on most recent graphics cards and drivers. However, in some cases certain features or all of WebGL isn't available. Learn more about the latest list of supported configurations in the Khronos WebGL wiki
- Check to see if you’re using a supported operating system.
- Check to see if you’re using an unsupported graphics card (check the Khronos wiki for a list of supported cards).
- Check to see if WebGL is turned on by typing
chrome://gpu/in your Chrome browser.
- If WebGL is unavailable, check the "Problems Detected" section for information on why WebGL might be turned off.
- If the "Problems Detected" section lists an issue with your graphics driver, make sure your graphics card driver and OS system is up to date.
- Check to see if you're using the latest version of Google Chrome by going to About Google Chrome.