When visitors enter the Google Video Quality Report, they'll receive several tools that demonstrate why they might be experiencing slow video content, including a quick interactive story of "How video gets to you." 
Everyone starts the story from a YouTube video. If they enter through YouTube, they'll see the video they were trying to watch get dynamically broken into dots. As they scroll, simple animations using JavaScript physics demonstrate how content, represented by dots, moves through the web. 
A YouTube video image is captured.
It breaks into dots that represent data.
The data gets stopped at certain points.
Eventually traveling to your house.
And might chug due to the time of day.
My Role: Concepting, Creative Direction, Initial Art Direction
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