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Einar Öberg
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Take a stroll around the plastic block with the +LEGO Brick #StreetView. goo.gl/izTcSk
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Brick Street View
Brick Street View
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Nice to see this nice panorama shared by +Google Maps​. It's a place in the middle of the woods in northern Sweden, a couple of miles from our winter cabin.
An early look at the new First-Person Wind Farmer game. #Sweden goo.gl/t992Vm
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From me to you: An interactive christmas greeting. Click on the buildings to arrange and play with the lights, all with physics from cannon.js and 3d powered by three.js. Works on mobile (at least on my Nexus 5). http://inear.se/streetlights
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A small summer jam/hack: http://inear.se/fragments #threejs #webgl
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New instant V-Ray cloud render example: http://jsfiddle.net/5VxRs/embedded/result/ Got to try it to believe it.  (Unlike our example last week, this one works in Firefox, Safari and with touch controls.)
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Turn your neighbourhood into a jungle in Google Street View: http://inear.se/urbanjungle
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If you liked our Hobbit Chrome experiment last year, please give us your vote in the awwwards site of the month :)
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Here is a experiment I did for this years edition of Christmas Experiments: http://christmasexperiments.com/2013/21/ #threejs #webgl #html5

Merry Christmas everyone!
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Feel privileged that we got to write a post about the development behind our latest Chrome experiment at HTML5Rocks together with my colleague +Daniel Isaksson
Now up on HTML5Rocks, the next installment in the making of the Journey Through Middle-Earth Chrome experiment. Einar Öberg and Daniel Isaksson talk about the challenges of multi-device design & development.
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