05 February 2013 18 Views

Find Your Way to Oz With Latest Chrome Experiment

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Google’s Chrome Experiments use JavaScript and some of the latest advances in Internet browsing to allow developers and designers to create immersive beautiful experiences using Google Chrome. In partnership with UNIT9, Disney has developed a Chrome Experiment for Oz: The Great And Powerful. Get the details after the break.

Find Your Way to Oz is an interactive experience where you can explore the worlds created by director Sam Raimi, going from a a Kansas circus to the wonderful land of Oz.

Like any good circus, there’s plenty to keep you entertained: compose your own music, play with a fun photo booth and create your own movie with a zoetrope. The path to Oz also involves confronting an ominous tornado; surviving it completes the journey, enabling fans of the movie to watch an exclusive unreleased clip from the film.

The intense graphics might run your computer hard, but it’s a fun little adventure. You can learn more about the technology used to develop the experience by reading the case study.

Check out Disney’s Oz: The Great and Powerful in theaters on March 8th.

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