Because all geeks dream of being musical stars Google has revealed Jame with Chrome, an interesting experiment that allows Google Chrome users to visit a specific website and play up to 19 different instruments together. Powered by technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, Google Cloud Platform and the Go programming language – Jam with Chrome makes for an interesting and maybe addictive experiment.
Seasoned music pro? Or just an aspiring air guitarist? Check out JAM with Chrome, our latest Chrome Experiment, where friends in different locations can play live music together online. Choose one of 19 different instruments, ranging from acoustic and bass guitars to drum kits and keyboards, and invite your friends to JAM with you.
Give it a try at: www.jamwithchrome.com
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