In February, Apple sparked a new development group within the W3C with the goal to develop a new framework for 3D graphics programming on the Web that can take advantage of modern graphics processors and lågnivåramverk as Apple Metal, Volcano and Direct3D 12.

Today WebGL for 3D graphics and advanced 2D graphics on the Web, but it is based on OpenGL and can not keep up with the development of the modern frameworks.

Now, Apple has released a version of Safari Technology preview with support for a prototype of the proposed standard, called webgpu. At the same time, the company has posted a demo page that uses the technique (you need to enable developers -> Experimental Features -> Webgpu first).