Aurora is a video of a possible future user experience for the Web created by Adaptive Path. Aurora is part of the Mozilla Labs concept series, a project to grow the Mozilla community around the surfacing of new ideas and concepts through pictures, sketches or videos as part of the Concept Series.
People, places and things on the web are represented by objects in a 3 dimensional space. When users stop using objects, the objects drift off into the distance. Data objects can easily be dropped in and out of applications and communication tools are built into the UI.
Closely related objects are clustered together. As users rotate through the wheel (aka the dock) at the bottom of the page, the spacial view gives greater visual emphasis to clusters that are most closely related the object at the center of the wheel.
|May 17, 2013||TechCrunch - Firefox 23 Lands In Aurora Channel: Kills Blink Element, Introduces Slew Of New Dev Tools|
|Apr 13, 2011||TechCrunch - Mozilla Introduces Aurora, The Pre-Beta, Post-Nightly Firefox â€” It’s Their “Dev” Build|
|Aug 4, 2008||TechCrunch - Adaptive Path Releases Aurora To “Inspire And Engage” Community|