I made a mini website  with all current Wacom graphic tablets in 3D. I used Three js and it works on Safari (the last one with Yosemite – WebGL is actived by default), Firefox and Chrome. No IE for now. I didn’t test on last Galaxy Smartphones. I add a navigation menu (jQuery) at the top on the left  to quicky access to every model of the chosen range. I made a little false preloading, but every page is fast to charge.

All range are in the website : Intuos, Intuos Pro, Cintiq and Cintiq Companion. The first link is a single home page. You have just to select the graphic tablet. You can see now the model in 3D inside a cube (in french , I call that « la Boîte en papier » – translation > Paper Box) and you can read all specifications on all walls (but the texts are in french, but it’s easy to understand). You can zoom in/out in your model and, of course you can turn it.

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It’s also works on iPhone6. Below an exemple with Intuos Manga.

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Now access to last models by Wacom in WebGL : Cintiq Companion 2 and Cintiq 27QHD. I add accessories (Grip Pen, Pro Pen and ExpressKey Remote) too. It changes according to the models.

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I made low modeling and texturing to avoid heavy files to load  and suck your smartphone’s battery. I used Maya for modeling, Photoshop for texturing et three.js for WebGL libraries. I exclusively work on Cintiq 22HD touch.

Finally, here is a help website in WebGL, total responsive, with a navigation menu in jQuery with a genius effect (taken on Codrops)