B-Reel tells story of the net for Google

Production company B-Reel have created a video highlighting the internet’s most important developments, from HTML to apps, for the 2013 Google I/O conference

Production company B-Reel have created a video highlighting the internet’s most important developments, from HTML to apps, for the 2013 Google I/O conference

B-Reel were asked to make the film by Google Chrome as a ‘thank you’ to developers. It picks out landmark moments in the development of the net while, of course, not forgetting to mention Google’s role in it all

 

 

B-Reel credits
CD: Patrick Ehrlund
Designer: Matt Delbridge
Producer: Rakel Smith

 

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