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Using Cross-domain images in WebGL

WebGL specification has an important update on how to request images, cross-domain. The feature has already been implemented in Chrome 13 and is coming soon to Firefox 5.

Just use image.crossOrigin method on the client side and if you can edit the server just add support to it.

Read all the details in Using Cross-domain images in WebGL and Chrome 13.

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