From: John Stone (
Date: Fri Oct 16 2015 - 16:34:10 CDT

  I'm assuming you're referring to export of VMD scenes to X3D, VRML2,
OBJ, etc? WebGL is only a low-level graphics interface for javascript,
not a scene file format, but VMD can export scenes that use X3DOM to
show X3D models using WebGL, if that's what you have in mind.

  John Stone

On Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 11:22:59PM +0200, Albert wrote:
> Hello:
> I noticed that webGL is a very exciting technology these days for
> molecular visualization. As far as I know UCSF Chimera and Pymol can
> support export the scene as webGL html file. I am just wondering, can we
> also save the VMD scene in that format?
> Thanks a lot
> Albert

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