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Javascript has evolved into a language capable of handling realtime 3D graphics, via WebGL, and computationally intensive tasks such as physics simulations. These types of applications demand high performance vector and matrix math, which is something that Javascript doesn't provide by default. glMatrix to the rescue!

glMatrix is designed to perform vector and matrix operations stupidly fast! By hand-tuning each function for maximum performance and encouraging efficient usage patterns through API conventions, glMatrix will help you get the most out of your browsers Javascript engine.

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For documentation and news, visit the glMatrix Homepage

For a tutorial, see the "introducing glMatrix" section of Introduction to Computer Graphics by David J. Eck

For a babel plugin to make writing the API nicer, see babel-plugin-transfrom-gl-matrix

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