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.
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.
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.
A group of artists steals the Google logo for their Demo Slam.
An interactive short film by Chris Milk.