Here is a quick overview of a few features included in this release of the framework. WebGL 2 is a great step forward for 3D developers as it allows more control over the GPU. The support for WebGL 2 is completely transparent with Babylon.js 3.0. This means that the engine will automatically use WebGL 2 if available, and it will fall back to WebGL 1 if not. Mode details can be found here. With a single line of code, you can now unleash the power of virtual reality directly in your browser....

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