WebGPU unleashes the power of your GPU to Web pages

Pages and videos will render faster if they have the bandwidth behind them.

Jon Peddie

WebGPU is a new API from Google for the Web, which exposes GPU acceleration capabilities and allows rendering and computation operations similar to Direct3D 12, Metal, and Vulkan. Unlike the WebGL family of APIs, WebGPU offers access to more advanced GPU features and provides capability for general computations on the GPU. WebGPU is an API that exposes the capabilities of GPU hardware for the Web. The WebGPU API enables Web developers to use the underlying system’s GPU (graphics processing unit) to carry out high-performance computations and draw complex images that can be rendered in the browser. (Source: Mozilla) WebGPU is

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