The extremely short video above is a teaser of what a particularly interesting experiment between Chrome and Cirque du Soleil have worked in, letting you move, sing and dream. Cirque du Soleil is famous for staging impressive live performances which seem to defy the laws of physics as well as stretch the limits of the human body to the very maximum, and at Google’s Big Tent event in New York, the wonder of Cirque du Soleil has been translated to the web via Movi.Kanti.Revo, a new sensory Chrome experiment that was thought up of by Cirque du Soleil and developed by Subatomic Systems.
Movi.Kanti.Revo hails from the Esperanto words for moving, singing and dreaming, where you can follow a particularly mysterious character in an adventure, exploring a beautiful and surreal world while encountering enchanting Cirque du Soleil performances. I must say that the entire experience is surreal, and you ought to have a decent Internet connection and a working webcam as well as micorphone to best experience Movi.Kanti.Revo.
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