Healthy Lunch? Google begins to nibble on Apples.

July 16, 2012 3 Comments by admindreamsoft

Google has been slowly developing themselves into a brand and a lifestyle. Maybe, the brand that will eat Apple Inc. for lunch with the launching of new 3D Internet technology! First, Google has just released their version of maps, which is amazing and posted in the link below. But, what is next? I always find myself concerned with what is lacking and not what they have provided for us.

The Future

A termed “Sensory Chrome Experiment crafted by Cirque du Soleil,” the “Movi, Kanti, Revo” 3D site is named after three Esperanto words meaning “Moving, Singing and Dreaming.” This is one of the first 3D sites that Google has created and users are said to “follow a mysterious hostess and use gestures and sounds to navigate the world created by Cirque du Soleil”.  This site is up and coming, showing users the future of the Google brand and the preview from above has garnered some buzz in the technology world.

The launch of “Movi, Kanti, Revo” website will show just how far the company has come. Being built from the ground up, Google is non-exclusive! This new “Movi, Kanti, Revo” project is a Web site built using HTML5 and CSS3 tools and designed to run on just about any Web-based device. This is different from other companies that rely not only on customers to buy the device, but also to use their applications; you’re stuck with one company! Google seems to be much freer in the way they encourage consumers to pick what they want, not just give them what they need. It is good to feel like we have options.

Google is beginning to brand itself as an overall technology company and this is amazing. They are also beginning to acquire interesting devices that work well, look good and are modern. Now, you can get chrome for your iPhone and iPad devices, so the company is not exclusive but inclusive to all other companies.

At this point, I feel that Google will be leading the pack in 3D Internet technology for the simple fact that they are non-exclusive. They invite every device to experience the technology that they are creating. HTML5 and CSS3 are both the future of 3D web based design and Google launching this “Movi, Kanti, Revo” as a precursor to the future of 3D webbing is an ingenius way to expose the technologically interested population of the changes they have made. A dream of an Apple Inc. design aesthetic and Google’s application simplicity is closer to reality than we think.

3 Comments

  1. Drew says:
    Monday, September 24, 2012 at 6:00am

    I thought Google Street View was incredible, but it turns out that Google has even more great ideas

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  2. Jacqueline says:
    Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 9:35am

    I think Google is much more appealing than Apple, and it is much more user-friendly. Apple is so much isolated

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  3. 3DBlog says:
    Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 11:57am

    Yeah, I agree!

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