3D Content for HTML5 WebGLi3D Programming for HTML5 WebGL

Does HTML5 support 3D? The HTML5 Development Environment has supported i3D, or Interactive 3D, for over five years now, via WebGL. There is a new API called OpenGL ES 2.0, which supports 3D and has new media elements, which allows amazing things to be created in HTML5 that exceed what can be done in the other popular new media platforms. HTML5 is Open Source, and thus Free for Commercial Use, and is used on many of the new "Internet 2.0" consumer electronics devices such as SmartPhones, Tablets, eReaders, iTVs, PCs and Laptops.

Are HTML5 File Sizes for 3D Huge, like Video or Flash? Interactive 3D content, which is "Rendered" (processed and drawn in real-time) on a user's device (Phone, Tablet, iTV, etc.) is comprised primarily of text data, mostly data-points in 3D space and programming logic that makes these points come to life. Thanks to 3D Rendering Technology, new media presentations which are usually 100MB (Flash) to 1GB (Video) will be around 512KB to 1MB using i3D via HTML5. This represents a difference of up to 100 times less data footprint in some instances!

Is i3D Content Production Expensive? Traditional 3D Content Production, especially for the more complicated SmartPhone, SmartWatch, SmartGlasses, Tablets, Interactive Televisions and e-Reader Platforms, will normally range from the mid-six-figures ($500,000) range up to one million dollars for a major branded new media production. However, we are able to create affordable i3D content which is also hundreds of times smaller in data footprint than linear 3D and which works across Internet 2.0 as well as Interactive, at a five-figure price point. This makes our i3D content production services affordable for our international brand clients, which include advertising agencies, major international brands, product manufacturers, service organizations, government agencies, new business start-ups, venture capital firms, film and television producers, publishing houses, the music industry, e-Commerce websites, and even non-profit organizations.