Control Your PC Chrome Browser 3D Interface Using Your Android Device (Video)

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  • 22 Mar 2013
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  • Lately there is talk about Google wanting to further strengthen its eco-system with the introduction of an all-available Chrome OS and maybe even changing the naming and some of the aspects of the Android OS. The mobile device should become a real extension for the Chrome OS / Browser.


    It is very true that most of us spend a lot of time in the browser, and when it comes to Chrome by Google here we have everything one could want or need. There are web apps of all sorts, Google Drive for productivity and a lot of games. About the latter an interesting concept has surfaced that is based on the WebGL standard and it offers nice graphics and an original controller style.

    It is about a Chrome experiment with the game World Wide Maze that uses your Android smartphone as a controller. The game is nothing we haven’t seen before with either titles of the sort, except the innovative way to control it from a distance with a touchscreen smartphone. Requirements for World Wide Maze that is based on HTML5 are pretty high for a browser title, including a minimum or 1GB of RAM and a 256MB graphics card for hardware acceleration. Check out the video below to see it in action:


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    SOURCE: arstechnica
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