While most of the ideas and suggestions that my colleagues and me have had are already specified in the draft, we want to note that we’ve come across web pages that use WebGL on latest versions of IE and Chrome running on a Windows 8 machine with an ASUS display. In these cases (and maybe on a proprietary move by NVIDIA since the PC is coupled with 3D ision tech) the browser is able to automatically switch and display -though different interpretations of the same content in each browser- the 3D content.
No permission is asked, and the switching is a bit annoying, but once up it works decently.
We’ve activted the effect by putting some WebGL content on a website, nonetheless it doesn’t work every time and we are not sure how to effectively trigger it.
Any ideas or similar scenarios you might have experienced?