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Cirque du Soleil and HTML5

  • Sep 20, 2012 · 11:30 AM

Hey Gang,

Just got wind of this. Very cool behind the scenes look at an exciting new HTML5-based site for Cirque du Soleil.  It will be interesting to see this running on Safari on iOS or the Android browser.


Have you seen — the new sensory Chrome Experiment from Cirque du Soleil that takes you on a wonderful journey filled with rich characters and interactive environments? If not, be sure to check it out!

Join Pete LePage and the developers who built #movikantirevo tomorrow (Thursday) at 11:30am EDT on Google Developers Live for a very special Chrome Office Hours. We'll take a look behind the 's to show you how the experiment was built, and how you can use some of these techniques in your own web design.

Tune in here:


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