Opera’s concept for “the future of web browsing”

Hmm—I’m not entirely sure what to make of Opera Neon, but props to them for looking to shake up some largely staid interaction patterns. For example:

Opera Neon’s newly developed physics engine is set to breathe life back into the internet. Tabs and other objects respond to you like real objects; they have weight and move in a natural way when dragged, pushed, or even popped.

Cream floats to the top, and so do your favorite tabs; Opera Neon’s gravity system pulls your most used tabs to a prominent position on your Speed Dial.

Check out the quick tour:




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