May 25, 2013

HTML 5 Drum Machine Turns Your Browser Into A Virtual Instrument

Having the internet and connection to the world is only the beginning of how it can be used.  Today, many of us have our own personal computers, sometimes more than one, and we are able to access information that may exist thousands of miles away in the blink of an eye.  But we are really at a tipping point as to what the internet will offer us next.  What began as a way for the military and scientists to communicate quickly became a way for salesmen to promote their new products or services.  It then transformed into a social too that went beyond advertising and sales.  So what is the next logical step using the internet?

We are beginning to be able to use the internet to access programs remotely, which means that your personal computer need not own any of the information you are accessing.  Instead of using a program installed on your personal computer, you can now use someone else’s without having to own the program yourself.  The key here is accessibility.  The future of the web will provide us with remote services that do not need to be owned physically at home, and programs such as DVS and beat machines can be used virtually, in real time.