The Russian branch of Greenpeace, a world-famous environmental organization, has created interactive 3D infographics to back Greenpeace's Detox campaign in Russia.
This presentation was made completely without programming, yet features engaging graphics, animation and particle effects, thus demonstrating the accessibility of WebGL technology to non-coders. Expandable annotations explain precisely how hazardous polyfluorinated chemicals (PFC) end up in rivers and seas.
This awesome 3D Web content was developed by Andrey Larin, a winner of many Blend4Web contests, a designer and photographer, using the open source version of the Blend4Web SDK. The single source blend file is available to download and modify under General Public License.