Google reached a new milestone: 1000 experiments were listed on Chrome experiments website. It all started in 2009, when Google launched this project, where creative coders can list their works pushing and experimenting with new technologies like HTML5, JavaScript, WebGL, etc. It became a cool playground for programmers who are making art using new web technologies.


At the beginning, there were only 19 experiments on the website. Now, there are more than #1000, and to celebrate this great event Google designed an awesome interactive visualization. You can preview all the experiments in different cool ways, even make some changes in a code editor or select projects by tags.

Lets have a look at some nice web experiments:

Material Interaction by Jongmin Kim


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Geometry Toy – Fulla by Zden Hlinka


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Volumetric Particle Flow by David Li


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 Particles In A Vector Field by Marek Janiszewski


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Hextris by Logan Engstrom


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Helvetica Clock by Kitasenju Design


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Fractal Gears by Liam Brummitt


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Word Map by Loducca


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motionEmotion by Karen Peng, Jason Sigal


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We love web experiments, if you like them too, please let us know about your works or playgrounds. We will be happy to share them to the world.

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