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January 6th, 2012 | James Taylor | Categories: Design, Development, Education, Inspiration, Interactive, Reference, Technology, Tool | Tags: adobe, css3, design, development, HTML5, Inspiration, Interactive, Technology, web |
Adobe’s The Expressive Web demos the emerging capabilities that html5 and css3 deliver.
August 18th, 2011 | Friends | Categories: Art, Inspiration, Online, Video | Tags: Art, HTML5, Music, Online, Video |
Another Chrome experiment from Google, All Is Not Lost features the band OK Go and members of the dance troupe Pilobolus. Filmed from below a glass floor, bodies move and press against the glass (in seafoam green unitards, no less) to form kaleidoscopic shapes and your personalized inspirational message to Japan.
The online video was first shot in 3D and made possible by HTML5 — hence Google’s connection and endorsement of Chrome as the preferred browser. While it kind of feels like it could have been cooler, the video is reminiscent of the captivating, multi-window viewing experiences of the Wilderness Downtown and Soul-Mirror.
Try it out with your own message: http://www.allisnotlo.st/
Contributed by Francois Grouiller
August 5th, 2011 | Friends | Categories: Development, Gaming, Online, Tool, Video | Tags: HTML5, Online, Video |
Introducing Flixmaster, an HTML-5 video editor/player that could enable new ways to experience digital video online.
Since it allows users to produce online video content with a simple drag and drop system, this could be fun technology to explore for digital storytelling projects.
Contributed by Ralph Paone
June 21st, 2011 | Friends | Categories: Art, Design, Development, Inspiration, Interactive, Mobile, Music, Online | Tags: 3D, Bjork, HTML5 |
Who doesn’t like Bjork?
Our friends at Jam3 http://www.jam3media.com/ who showed off their new site (coming soon) at FITC (its pretty insane) have been busy working with Bjork on her new site which just launched http://bjork.com/.
Its the first phase of her Biophilia project and it will continue growing over time.
HTML5 and they made their own 3D engine to parse the info coming out of Google Sketchup where it was designed by the Parisian artists M/M.
Editor’s Note: This is an excellent use and example of HTML5 + 3D being used in a site. HTML5 works on mobile and iPad as opposed to Flash, which does not work on i-anything-mobile.
Contributed by Jeremy Adirim J2theA
May 24th, 2011 | Katy | Categories: Development, Online, Tool | Tags: animation, development, flash, HTML5, Online |
With Hype 1.0, you can create impressive animations and interactive sites in HTML5 without any actual code.
The brainchild of two developers formerly at Apple, Hype was developed as an alternate to Flash. More on their story here: http://bit.ly/mMIFHl
October 4th, 2010 | Friends | Categories: Art, Inspiration, Interactive, Online, Technology, Video, Viral | Tags: Art, flash, google, google maps, HTML5, Inspiration, Interactive, maps, Music, sound, Video, Viral |
Broken Bells and Arcade Fire recently released interactive website experiences as music videos. Arcade Fire’s site is done as a Chrome Experiment showcasing the capabilities of HTML5. Broken Bells use Flash.
July 26th, 2010 | Friends | Categories: Inspiration, Interactive, Online | Tags: development, game, HTML5, Inspiration, mr. doob |
Once on the site, try dragging and dropping the balls, shaking the actual browser window or double clicking the balls. More exciting projects from Mr. doob here.
June 8th, 2010 | Friends | Categories: Data Visualization, Online | Tags: HTML5, infographic |
Useful infographic – ‘WTF is HTML5 and why we should all care’
June 3rd, 2010 | Ralph | Categories: Online, Video | Tags: development, HTML5, Online, Video, web |
Longtail Video, provider of the JW Player, one of the most popular video players, has recently released an HTML 5 version. Browser support is limited to Safari, iPhone, iPad and Chrome. Firefox, IE and Opera will fallback to Flash.
Longtail joins several other companies who have already adapted players for HTML, including Jilion (Sublime Video) and VideoJS.