Heartwood Video Footage from Native Client Event at Google Headquarters
Modern PCs can execute billions of instructions per second, but today's web applications can access only a small fraction of this computational power. Welcome Google’s Native Client, a technology that aims to give 3D Interactive Learning developers such as Heartwood access to the full power of the client's CPU while maintaining the browser neutrality, OS portability and safety that people expect from web applications.
Below is video footage from a Native Client event on December 8th 2011 at Google Headquarters that highlights a presentation from Neil Wadhawan, Co-founder & VP of Sales and Marketing at Heartwood. The full-length video of the event can be viewed here >>
Native Client running in Google’s Chrome browser enables Heartwood to deliver full 3D interactivity plugin-free applications built in Unity while further streamlining application deployment and giving learners simplified access.