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Hopefully that has clarified things for you and as was previously mentioned if there is something that you aren’t sure whether you need ornot it’s usually safer to leave cookies enabled in case it does interact with one of the features you use on our site. However if you are still looking for more information then you can contact us.

  • 26.03.2012
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Google Demo Slam: Video Chat Magic

A site called Demo Slam is a Google project that allows Google users to upload their interesting projects that they have created using Google docs and tools. It is even possible to win prizes and select your favorites. This is one of the videos from the Google Demo Slam. A girl and her boyfriend synchronized their actions to create a peculiar “magic” effect. As an example, a fan at the girl’s computer followed a “hurricane” in her boyfriend’s room. Bearing in mind, that it is quite difficult to synchronize these actions, this, probably, isn’t a streaming video, nevertheless, it’s worth watching.

  • 15.03.2012
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Google’s Parent Inspiration

This specific video is a story about a father who opens a Gmail account and uses the web to communicate with his daughter from birth into the future. A father stores notes, videos and pictures of his daughter’s milestone moments: her birth, her brother’s birth, ballet lessons, and a face plant on a snowboard – on Gmail. All this is done over a piano and violin music score by Ingrid Michaelson, which would soften any heart.

  • 02.12.2011
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Google Imaginary Trip

What is your dream? A big house, a big family or something more different? For many traveling is the thing. Just imagine riding in a car along ocean on a sunny day with your friends, singing and joking. Still for many this dream is far beyond their possibilities. Also for a very sad office toy. But the world belongs to the reckless ones. So the sad toy decides to use Google Street View and a toy car to travel, but where to go? Somewhere sunny and beautiful – the Pacific coast. Continue reading … Google Imaginary Trip

  • 19.10.2011
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Word as Image

Words have sounds. previously we presented you the concept on sound switching. Now the story continues with a very talented designer Ji Lee, former art director for Google Creative Labs. This promo-video is a presentation for his new book “Word as Image“. You can find there more than 100 illustrations words becoming image. And remember – words have sounds.

  • 05.09.2011
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Best Social Campaign For Google Chrome


All Is Not Lost created by OK Go x Pilobolus is an amazing advertising campaign as a part of a Chrome Experiment series. This idea presents the possibilities of the Google Chrome and compatible with the new HTML5. Read the full article! You can write a word or a short message in the field and then watch a video dance message. We wrote our message here.

The video is a mix of an interesting choreography and music that results as a message composed from human feet. The most interesting part is that you can add your message to the Global gallery and see what others had posted earlier. That highlights the global nature of Google. The project “All Is Not Lost” is truly creative and has no match.

  • 03.01.2011
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Google Earth Skydiving

Friends in Japan go skydiving with Google Earth. To do that they made a studio for filming that using Google Earth projection and some special effects. Nothing too fancy, just a great idea and a bunch of creative students.

  • 20.12.2010
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450-Page Google Docs Animation

Check out the video, which was created over 3 days by 3 animators across 450 pages. It uses no animation software, no special hardware, just Google Docs’ presentation app.

  • 21.10.2010
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Google Demo Slam

A group of friends recreates Mt. Rushmore and uses Google Goggles for their Demo Slam.

A group of artists steals the Google logo for their Demo Slam.

  • 06.05.2010
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Google Chrome Speed Tests

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