Google has recently celebrated its 500th Chrome Experiment, and what better way to start a new era than to launch one of the best Chrome Experiments we have seen. Like all Chrome Experiments, Cirque Du Soleil’s Movi.Kanti.Revo displays the power of the Web, but it is taken a bit farther.
Cirque Du Soleil has created a fun and interesting show available from their site for anyone with a browser. The site takes Chrome’s ability to interact in different ways. It uses your computer’s camera, allowing users to participate in the show with body gestures. Of course, you must allow the site to take control of your camera, but soon after accepting, the fun starts.
Movi.Kanti.Revo is characterized by the same surreal and emotional factor Crique Du Soleil is known for. One is taken through a story, in which one’s gestures can affect a plethora of factors; from outcomes to lighting. Of course, there is also a good flurry of performances involved. It is touching, interactive and a bit freaky at times, but over all fun.
Check it out at movikantirevo.com! These experiments are what makes us look into the future of web browsing. Maybe soon enough we can dump our keyboards and mice!
[Source: Movi.Kanti.Revo Via: Chrome Official Blog]