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Google Chrome: Speed Tests

Chrome v. sounds waves, potato and lightning

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We posted the making of video yesterday and here's the main event. BBH, Google Creative Lab and Aaron Duffy pit a potato fired out of a potato gun, sound waves and lightning against the new Google Chrome beta in a speed test. The tests were captured by two high-speed cameras, the 2700 frame-per-second Phantom v640 and the Phantom Gold, which shoots at 1000 fps.

According to Google, "these speed tests were filmed at actual web page rendering times."

See the Making of here.

More details on the YouTube link.

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Credits
Date
May 05, 2010
Agency:
Bartle Bogle Hegarty
Chief Creative Officer:
Kevin Roddy
Client:
Google
Agency:
Google Creative Lab
Executive Creative Director:
Pelle Sjonell
Executive Creative Director:
Calle Sjonell
Executive Creative Director:
Robert Wong
Art Director:
Steve Peck
Copywriter:
Jared Elms
Project Manager:
Jessica Bigarel
Production Company:
1st Avenue Machine
Director:
Aaron Duffy
Editorial Company:
Lost Planet
Editor:
Charlie Johnston
Editor:
Chris Huth
Telecine Company:
Katabatic
Telecine Artist:
Emery Wells
Producer:
Dave Escovitz
Online Facility:
Black Hole
VFX Artist:
Tim Farrell
Producer:
Tim Vierling
Audio Facility:
Plush
Audio Engineer:
Rob Fielack
Sound Designer:
Joseph Fraioli
Head of Broadcast:
Lisa Setten
Producer:
Orlee Tatarka
Business Director:
Ben Malbon
Project Manager:
Rossa Hsieh
Executive Producer:
Sam Penfield
Line Producer:
Michael Solomon
Executive Producer:
Krystn Wagenberg
Producer:
Meagen Carroll

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