If you are using the Safari browser (Mac OS only), the good news is that Safari supports the WebGL technology necessary to view 3D content on this website. If you are having trouble viewing 3D content on this website using Safari, it is necessary to follow the steps below to confirm that WebGL is indeed enabled for your browser. The steps below describe how to “turn on” WebGL graphics acceleration for Safari. The steps are easy to perform.
Note that Safari for Microsoft Windows unfortunately does not support 3D graphic content. Only the Mac OS versions of Safari support WebGL technology.
Choose “Preferences” from the main Safari menu (see image below). This will bring up a window which allows you to view various configuration settings.
Go to the “Advanced” tab and check the box which says “Show Develop menu” (see image below). When this box is properly checked, an additional menu called “Develop” is revealed, and you can continue to STEP 3.
In the “Develop” menu, check the box which says “Enable WebGL” (as shown below). When this box is properly checked, you can continue to STEP 4.
After you have completed all of the above steps, you should be able to see the 3D content on this website. Return to the home page and try customizing something in 3D.