Popcorn.js - Check out the code: https://github.com/m4robb/one-
Mozilla / Web Made Movies' Popcorn is the event sequencer for the
to display camera moves, animations, video and audio playback, and
pulling in semantic data from Flickr and Wikipedia. Popcorn.js was also
used to time the placement of semantic data, before implementing
that code in the WebGL environment.
The experiences are now dynamic, real time with interactive buttons,
forms, and twitter feeds. Expanding Video - Beyond the frame,
expanding outside the frame of the video shot.
interactive 3D graphics and 2D graphics within any compatible web
browser without the use of plug-ins. WebGL is integrated completely
into all the web standards of the browser allowing GPU accelerated
usage of physics and image processing and effects as part of the web
page canvas. WebGL elements can be mixed with other HTML elements
and composited with other parts of the page or page background.
HTML5 - custom alpha channel library for HTML5 video was used to
composite the video assets seamlessly over top of 3D planes within
systems of Canadian Geese, pollen, rain and snow. Three.js is a
display animated 3D computer graphics on a Web browser. Three.js
scripts may be used in conjunction with the HTML5 canvas element,
SVG or WebGL. The source code is hosted in a repository on GitHub.
Open video and audio formats (WebM and OGG)
XPath - XML language to parse data from a Google Docs Spreadsheet
in order to ingest the Google Map coordinates. And XMLHttpRequest
(XHR) was used for monitoring the download progress of all the assets
Yahoo's Weather Services API - to pull in real-time weather data.
Q. Where can I download the latest stable release code of Popcorn.js?
A. The latest stable releases code is always available here: Popcorn.js
Minified Popcorn.js Complete (Core, Plugins, Players & Parsers Included)
Q. Where can I find the latest development code?
A. The latest development code can be found on Github
Q. How do I create a plugin?
A. For a step-by-step guide, visit Getting Started with Popcorn.js