The Chrome team has released a teaser for the ‘Web Lab,’ a series of five experiment installations that will be featured at the London Science Museum.
Google has released a video teasing the launch of its Web Lab, a series of five Chrome experiments that bridge the internet with the real world. These installations will debut at the London Science Museum as part of a year-long public exhibition and they will be open to the world online through an interactive website. They promise to bring the magic of the web to life and aim to inspire visitors about the possibilities of the web.
Worldwide visitors both on and in-museum will be able to make music with people across the world; launch information into cyberspace and see where images on the web live; watch their portrait being processed, translated, and then drawn in sand by a robot; and travel instantly to far away places all over the world.
Web Lab is due to launch in beta later this summer and you can check out the teaser video below: