"Experience» Latest Chrome goes to Oz

"Experience" Google newest interactive browser you from your office Oz, emphasizing browser technology along the way.

Created in collaboration with Disney and the production company unit9 to help promote the upcoming film, "Oz the Great and Powerful" experience that leverages the latest web standards to create a browser-based experience that previously could be completed in Adobe Flash.

Called "Find your way to Oz" in the experience, you can compose music, laughing around a booth, and make a short film with a zoetrope. If you survive a tornado trying to take you the wizard itself reaches through the screen to shake your hand. Just kidding, Web technology has not yet advanced that. you get to watch an exclusive clip from the upcoming film novel.

Features are built entirely in HTML5. The environment is powered by CSS3 and WebGL, while the zoetrope and getUserMedia lever photobooth WebRTC - that Google and Firefox maker Mozilla announced yesterday is ready for cross-browser interactivity. Audio effects is it powered by the Web Application Programming Interface Audio (API).

Note that when you use the zoetrope and photobooth, experience will ask for your permission first. But WebRTC is an indication of the power of the Web is more: your browser may interact directly with your hardware.

Recommends using Google Chrome with "Find your way to Oz," and experience will warn you when you run it in another browser. However, it should work in any modern browser. Google has also built a lighter version of "Find your way to Oz" which runs on Chrome for Android and iOS.
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