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Internet savvy alt-rock band Arcade Fire just released the first HTML5-powered music video for its most recent single, "We Used to Wait."
With the help of Google Web developers, who used HTML5 optimized for Google Chrome, the rock outfit created an interactive video that incorporates visual data of your hometown using Google Maps, Street View, and the 3D graphics engine within HTML5.
The project, known as "The Wilderness Downtown," was led by music video writer and director Chris Milk of Gnarls Barkley video fame, who collaborated with Google developers on the project. The intent was to create a music experience designed specifically for the modern Web.
With the help of HTML5, "powerful experiences tailored to each unique person in real-time are now a reality," he concluded.
More details are available at chromeexperiments.com/arcadefire.
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