Created by Emmanuel Pire, Experimental Study on Web Asynchronicity is a project that uses “web time noise” as a way of composition. The noise you will find is not coded with a random function but is actually the network response time and the browser’s imprecisions that create the asynchronicity.
Browsers are smart enough to recognize that it is the same image and will load it only once, and display it everywhere it’s needed (that’s the [1/1]). In case of animated gifs, they will also keep synchronized. If it’s not recognized as the same image, the browser will then load each image separately and of course, not at the same time.
Only , and set the image used. Try it at lipsumarium.com/lab/asynchronicity/
Posted on: 04/04/2011
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