Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. Today’s flight on WebGL Air will take us high above the cloud. Those of you sitting in Chrome class, on the desktop side of the plane, will have the clearest view. Internet Explorer class passengers may turn to their in-seat entertainment system instead. Passengers are reminded to put away their iPads and iPhones during take off and landing.
Reminds me of what Lauren Brichter did with Letterpress: present your work in one single optimized OpenGL (here WebGL) scene. When switching an article on acko.net for example: content is loaded over XHR, injected onto the scene, and the camera shifts to the article. With that
history.pushstate does its work to not break history. Neat.