Kinect in a smartphone? Amazing Cirque du Soleil Chrome experiment reveals the future of web browsers
Kinect in a smartphone? Amazing Cirque du Soleil Chrome experiment reveals the future of web browsers
                                       

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Chrome site combines Cirque Du Soleil, webcam navigation

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Google's latest Chrome Experiment combines Cirque du Soleil with webcam controls. Movi.Kanti.Revo. lets users navigate through the site by speaking into a microphone or leaning left and right, in a demonstration of how a mixture of CSS with 3D transitions. HTML5 APIs, and the getUserMedia feature of WebRTC could be...
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Moving, singing and dreaming with a Chrome experiment from Cirque du Soleil

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Cirque du Soleil stages impressive live performances that challenge the laws of physics and the limits of the human body. Today, at Google’s Big Tent event in New York, the wonder of Cirque du Soleil transcended the confines of real world performance and embraced the entire web through Movi.Kanti.Revo, a...
Moving, singing and dreaming with a Chrome experiment from Cirque du Soleil
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Google shows off gesture-based Chrome interactions

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Google showed off motion-based interactivity for apps in its Chrome web browser today at its developer conference. The demo showed off a Cirque du Soleil Chrome app that featured complex gesture interactivity but was said to have been written using relatively simple coding. The new capability could open a range...
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Apple Treats Employees to Performances of Cirque du Soleil's 'Totem'

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MacRumors has learned that Apple yesterday bought out two performances of Cirque du Soleil's traveling show Totem, currently playing in San Jose, California. According to our source, Apple purchased the entire block of 2,500 tickets for each of two shows yesterday for employees and their guests, with Apple also picking...
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New Wildfire templates optimize Facebook content, promotions for any device

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Social media software company Wildfire Interactive announced a new class of responsive design templates that enable brands to create Facebook campaigns that work across mobile and other devices. Tab applications continue to lose relevance as users increasingly access the social network on mobile devices where third-party tabs are not supported...
New Wildfire templates optimize Facebook content, promotions for any device
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