Google's latest interactive browser "experiment" transports you from your desk to Oz, highlighting cutting-edge browser tech along the way. Created in conjunction with Disney and the production company Unit9 to help promote the upcoming movie, "Oz the Great and Powerful," the experiment leverages the latest in Web standards to create a browser-based experiment that previously could have been completed only with Adobe Flash. resursaussie. Инструкция По Технике Безопасности При Работе С Персональным Эвм'>Инструкция По Технике Безопасности При Работе С Персональным Эвм.
In the experiment, called Find Your Way to Oz, you can compose music, goof around with a image booth, and make a short movie with a zoetrope. If the tornado is survived by you that attempts to whisk you away, the wizard himself reaches through your screen to shake your hand. Раскладка Слив Без Отката Магом read more.
Kidding just, Web tech isn't that advanced yet. Прошивка Для Explay Alto read more. Instead, you get to watch an exclusive, unreleased clip from the upcoming movie. The features are built in HTML5 entirely. The environment is powered by CSS3 and WebGL, while the zoetrope and photobooth leverage WebRTC's getUserMedia -- which Google and Firefox-maker Mozilla just announced yesterday is ready for cross-browser interactivity. Audio effects come powered by the Web Audio Application Programming Interface (API).
Find Your Way to Oz, the latest Chrome Experiment. Note that when using the zoetrope and photo booth, the experiment will first ask for your permission. But WebRTC is an indication of how powerful the Web is becoming: your browser can interact directly with your hardware. Животные Сахалина Презентация'>Животные Сахалина Презентация. Time.com brings news to BlackBerry.
Google advises using Chrome with Find Your Way to Oz, and the experiment shall warn you when you run it in another browser. However, it ought to work in any modern browser. Google also has built a scaled-down version of Find Your Way to Oz that runs on Chrome for Android and iOS.