We've said for a while that HTML5 will change the way you use the web, but not all browsers are ready for the big change. This interactive chart highlights which features are still missing in your browser of choice.
(Click the image above for a closer look.)
Each ray on the infographic represents a specific feature implementation of HTML5 and CSS3, like drag and drop, audio and animation. By mousing over one of the rays (you'll need to visit the link below for the full interactive graphic), you can see which feature it represents, and which of eight major browsers currently support it. It's pretty easy to tell which ones are further along, but for a better comparison between browsers, you can check the "fixed browser positions" box to line up the browser colours too. Even WebKit-based browsers like Safari and Chrome, which have heavily touted their HTML5 support, don't support every feature yet (granted, they are pretty darn close). Hit the link to play with the infographic, and let us know how excited (or disappointed) you are with support in your favourite browser in the comments.