Google today launched Demoslam. Demoslam is a battleground for technology lovers. It really is compelling to see how people can take a piece of technology and add flare to it. The Mount Rushmore slam of Google Goggles in this week’s preseason battle displayed the range and quality to the product.
The initiative has quite a broad target market. All tech enthusiasts will naturally be interested; however Google also hope this platform can help out the often less tech savvy mom and popsJ. Tech demos can be quite mundane, and allowing users to exhibit what they like about tech products adds flare, and intrigue to the experience.
TechCrunch were first to report the existence of new Google product Demoslam. They were made aware of the URL demoslam.com on Monday. They were not given any further information simply the link, which directed to you a beautiful display of HTML5. TechCrunch speculated that Google were preparing to host some sort of competition for developers to exhibit HTML5.
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- Anyone can enter
- Since the project is called Google Slam, I am assuming use of a Google product is mandatory.
- Upload to YouTube first then claim credit on Demoslam
- If one of the featured slams chosen you compete for the title of slam of the week. Win and your prize is entry to the Hall of Demo Champions
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