Subatomic, Google and Cirque du Soleil Launch Movi.Kanti.Revo
Earlier this year at Google I/O, Google gave developers a sneak peek at Movi.Kanti.Revo, a new sensory Chrome experiment crafted by Cirque du Soleil and developed by Subatomic Systems that brings the magic of Cirque du Soleil to the web through modern web technologies. The full experiment, which allows users to follow a mysterious character through a beautiful world of Cirque du Soleil performances, was launched today at the Big Tent event in New York City.
The experiment was created using just HTML5, and the environment is built entirely with markup and CSS. Like set pieces on stage, divs, images and other elements are positioned in a 3D space using CSS. To create movement, CSS animations and 3D transforms were applied making the elements appear closer and further away. Everything is positioned and scaled individually to create a highly realistic interactive environment. In addition, the experiment uses HTML5
We are honored to have worked with Subatomic Systems on this project. Congratulations to Aubrey Anderson and his team at Subatomic for a job well done.
Head over to Movi.Kanti.Revo at www.movikantirevo.com to check things out.