"3D graphics became ordinary first in games, then in operating systems, and on Thursday, it took a significant step toward being built into Web browsers as well.
The actual release date is a long way off, it is expected that they will have hardly a draft written up by 2010.
Google has also begun work into 3D web with a more finished product called O3D, a very cool plugin you can download.
Google chrome plans to support both O3D and WebGL. Google Chrome has O3D built in.
Opera, Chrome, Firefox and Safari plan to all support WebGL when it is created, it is unknown what Internet Explorer will do, Microsoft employees continue to say that Microsoft is very supportive of new standards.