WebGPU has been developed since 2017 by GPU for the Web team, which includes experts from Google, Mozilla, Apple, Intel and Microsoft. The API is based on DirectX 12, Metal, and Vulkan, giving developers more control over GPU computing.

Google calls WebGPU the first step towards developing more advanced graphics capabilities for the browser. In the future, the API will be updated with new features such as deeper access to shader cores. Developers are invited to leave their feedback and suggestions to improve WebGPU.

Many popular WebGL libraries already support or plan to support WebGPU. Developers can learn more about WebGPU on the official Chrome Developers Blog.

Source: Ferra

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