Tag Archive | "Google Chrome Experiments"

Google Chrome: A Journey through Middle-earth

Thursday, November 21, 2013

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This is the latest Google Chrome Experiment, and this time, it’s in collaboration with Warner Bros. Pictures, allowing users to participate in A Journey Through Middle-Earth, for The Hobbit. Is this Google Chrome Experiment, The Hobbit meets Middle-Earth multi-platform site comes to life with a rich HMTL 5 experience, multiple-angle parallax stories, seamless sound integration, [...]

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Google Chrome: The World Wide Maze

Sunday, March 24, 2013

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Google’s addiction to creative experiments continues to skyrocket, and with it comes this, ‘The World Wide Maze’ which essentially, turns your favourite websites into mobile controlled pinball meets marble maze games. Click here to start the action, connect your phone, find a site and then play! Very cool work form Google Japan… It reminds me [...]

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Google Chrome: The Peanut Gallery Experiment

Thursday, March 21, 2013

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I think it’s getting to that point where Google can release just about any old Chrome Experiment and the internet will love it! And here is another example of something super simple, with a little story telling thrown in, that leverages their Web Speech API to turn speech into text in real time, as part [...]

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Google Chrome: Super Sync Sports Mobile Game

Friday, March 1, 2013

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Google Chrome UK have just released this new Chrome Experiment called ‘Super Sync Sports‘ which, as the name suggests, allows players to sync their mobile phones and tablets to be used as a remote control. Once you’ve chosen a game, you’ll use your mobile to run, swim and cycle your way to victory, whilst the [...]

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Google Chrome: The 100,000 Stars Experiment

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

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Here is another amazing Google Chrome Experiment… This time, the guys from Google’s Data Team, have mashed up a tonne data, info and visuals from NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA) and Wikipedia to literally map the 100,000 stars closes to our very own sun! Which as they note, is just a tiny fraction of [...]

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JAM With Chrome: An HTML 5 Experiment

Monday, November 12, 2012

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Here is a really cool Google Chrome Experiment called ‘Jam With Chrome’ where you can invite friends into a live ‘JAM’ session to play across an array of instruments and collaboratively create music from a Chrome browser anywhere in the world on just about any device. Adding a friend generates a unique short url specific [...]

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Google: The Exquisite Forest Experiment

Sunday, July 22, 2012

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How many of us have had this idea before? I’ll claim to, but never could quite wrangle the resources to create it, then along came Google (with a few partners and a tonne of resource) to create The Exquisite Forest, a Chrome Experiment no doubt, where a HTML 5 drawing application meets animation engine to [...]

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Google Chrome Web Lab Experiments

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

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As Google continues it’s Chrome Experiments, we’ll now be lucky enough to see them in the flesh with a year-long public exhibition at the Science Museum in London. The Chrome Web Lab Installations can be interacted with by anyone, anywhere at at the Chrome Web Lab Site. The Lab is made up of 5 Chrome [...]

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HTML 5 Showcase: The Wilderness Downtown

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

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I remember seeing this as it launched last week and was itching to post it, I held back a few days, because I wanted to showcase it as a video so everyone could get the full visual experience (it only works in Chrome browser, so naturally, the demo was built by Google!). This is by [...]

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Google Chrome Experiments

Friday, March 27, 2009

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Google has launched a website dedicated to Google Chrome Experiments - and, it’s not even in their usual style! However, the site is amazing, with videos of some very fancy technology that is activated with javascript and the Google Chrome Web Browser. Check it out here. If you’re a Google Addict, you can develop and [...]

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