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Published: 7 Aug 2012

Chrome Web Lab


Web giant Google has teamed up with London’s Science Museum for an interactive project aimed at encouraging a new generation of potential developers in the digital realm.

With the tagline ‘See the magic of the web brought to life’, the Google and Science Museum Chrome Web Lab is a large interactive body of five pieces of work set within the museum and online in Beta phase, which visitors can experiment with. This includes a web-powered robotic orchestra, custom-built sketchbooks that draw digital images in sand, and an interactive map of online data – all realised through Google’s latest web developments (such as HTML5).

This initiative ups the cultural relevancy of both Google and The Science Museum (a concept we explore in Brand Collaborations) by creating a fun interactive experience that allows consumers to be creative with the latest digital technologies.


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