Google Graphs in 3D – No Way!


Yes way! Google has just announced that they now support 3D graph functionality using WebGL [1].


Last year Google introduced graphing support capable of plotting simpler 2D functions [2]. This feature has now been upgraded to support the extra display dimension thanks to WebGL. This is the first time Google uses this technology allowing supported browsers (Chrome, Firefox) to display hardware-accelerated 3D graphics natively and without installation of additional software. Adi Avidor, the engineer at Google says that the feature is already available worldwide [1].

Try this and this.

Here’s a preview:



[1] Avidor, A. – “Graphing on – Now in 3D”,

 [2] Avidor, A. – “Showing some love to math lovers”,

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2 Responses to “Google Graphs in 3D – No Way!”

  1. I like pretty data! :-)

    • Simon Phillips
  2. 3d graph is rotating, this is the first time in my life i have seen this kind of graph, thank you for shairing the source code of the rotating graph Graphs

    • johnpaul david

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