The following are inspiring websites I found that use similar ideas and experiences to our concept for the website proposal we are creating for book series The Forsaken by Lisa Stasse.
3 Dreams of Black uses HTML5 to promote Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi’s album Rome. The site creates a 3D interactive world using WebGL where all the objects in the video react to both the music and user inputs. The site will make you feel as if you’ve EXPERIENCED the song and not simply listened to it.
This website uses HTML5 to allow users to take an interactive stroll down one of the busiest streets in Zurich. A fun experience that allows users a glimpse into what the future of virtual tourism may look like. This also serves as a guide to a more intimate way for small business to advertise their shops.
This site was developed by CNN to chronicle the Global Climate Change conference in Durban. It showcases how HTML5 can be used to create a visual representation of static information. A good example of how news organization can get more creative in their presentation of information.
This Shell website is an HTML5 experiment created by Legwork Studios that promotes Gamit’s new album “Parts” in a rather fun and rewarding manner. The website presents fans with a video puzzle that if solved, before the music ends, allows them access to a free mp3 download of the song.