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This visualization allows you to browse through the past decade of KEXP.org playlist data or use the benchmark mode to test your system's performance. This website is designed to test the prominent new features in HTML5: Enhanced DOM, CSS3, Canvas, Web Fonts, SVG, and Video. By toggling the checkboxes at the left you can see how your system’s performance (measured in frames per second) changes.

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Original Love
The Feelies / Crazy Rhythms
2007 Bar None
Played at 01:56 PM by John Richards
14 plays overall, 14 plays this year, 3 plays this month

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World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) DOM Level 2 (L2) and L3 support
The support for Web Open Font Format (WOFF) makes the most of the underlying GPU for high quality rendering with sub-pixel precision, resulting in smooth, crisp text across font sizes and browser zoom levels.
The canvas element provides scripts with a resolution-dependent bitmap canvas, which can be used for rendering graphs, game graphics, or other visual images on the fly. Canvas is hardware accelerated through the GPU.
With HTML5 and GPU acceleration, SVG is an excellent choice for a new class of interactive, animated scenarios.
Make the most of your GPU to play HTML5 video, using hardware video acceleration if available.
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