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Neteye – the coolest effect I’ve seen this year

As long as I have been doing this it is rare for something to catch me off guard but something did tonight. I was surfing around and found the site for a company called NetEye in Denmark. You are met with the usual “Launch in fullscreen” prompt we have all seen a million times before. Since I work on a Mac a just expect this to open the generic new browser window at the full monitor size but this time was different. It was the first time I have EVER SEEN a site open a seamless, menuless, full screen window on a Mac and it is impressive. They make the most of the effect with a nice site that has a lot of video and animation to keep your attention. So if any of my wildly talented readers out there has any ideas of how they pulled it off I would love to hear about it.

2 Comments

  1. Fred

    June 7, 2007 at 11:35 pm

    Read here to find out how:
    http://www.jeroenwijering.com/?thread=4679

  2. Stephen Gates

    June 8, 2007 at 6:44 am

    I knew someone would know! Fred, you’re my hero.

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