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With the advent of WebGL, most web browsers got native 3D graphics support. WebGL gives low-level access to the graphics hardware suitable for graphics experts. But there is no way to describe interactive 3D graphics on a higher abstraction level, using web technologies such as DOM, CSS and Events. XML3D is a proposal for an extension to HTML5 to fill this gap and to provide web developers an easy way to create interactive 3D web applications. However, XML3D is not natively supported indoi:10.1109/searis.2013.6798104 dblp:conf/searis/SonsSKRS13 fatcat:hvqdajslb5fffbx5aqmt76w6k4