Namie Amuro's "Anything" Music Video Wins "Spike Asia 2015" Award

3yr ago   ·   Tuesday 22 Sep, 2015 - 07:13pm UTC   ·   Aysohmay   ·   1 upvote   ·   0 comments   ·   2,161 views
Namie Amuro's
Namie Amuro's "Anything" music video has won a "Spike Asia 2015" award for its innovative integration with the Google Chrome web browser.

The Spike Asia Awards are a celebration of creative communications for the Asian region. This year, Namie Amuro's "Anything" was awarded the bronze metal for its experience on the Google Chrome web browser.

Spike Asia explained its decision to recognize the music video in a write up on its website.

Quote by Spike Asia
A normal Youtube version and a "For Google-Chrome" version were created. The Google-Chrome version featured extra content that utilized chrome extensions. The idea was that the video "hacked" the browser, doing things like increasing the number of tabs, and placing lyrics in the address bar in time to the music, along with other techniques involving user input. At the end, the singer holds out her hand, and an automatic download is initiated with a handwritten letter from her, giving the video a personal and more interactive feeling. Finally the artist information can be automatically placed on the Chrome Home-screen.

Namie Amuro will be releasing a new music video in October for her song "B Who I Want 2 B".
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