In the meantime, WebGL went from a project proposed by Mozilla to well on its way of becoming a standard. It is supported by all major browser manufacturers with the sole exception of, who else, Microsoft. Internet Explorer has never been much of a fan of standards or adopting new technologies. The fact that WebGL has OpenGL underpinnings, which competes, in a sense, with its DirectX offering on Windows, makes it even less likely that IE will get WebGL any time soon. Luckily, Google provides the Chrome Frame.