10 Awesome Google Chrome Experiments

With the coming of 2014, it is quite evident that there is a huge need for innovation in the field of technology. The field of technology includes the process of doing the things, as well as the way the output is extracted. Most of the economic giants are of the idea that now is the time when we should be looking to invest and develop. When asked about the problems that one might face, the most common answer is that if technology is not advanced there will be no increase in revenue. Well, this might just bring insightful thoughts into the minds of bloggers.

There is no requirement to be worried about because the creativity in blogging lies in the field of the articles that you write and the design that you maintain. Thus, it becomes important to think about making some improvement in the designs that you put in and the quality that you maintain. If the main area of your concern is in the field of designing, there are many online tutorials and tools that can help you to sort out your problems. To add to this, the extravagant coding language like HTML5 and CSS3 will surely help you out in your area of concern. Considering the possible extent of the two languages, it is advisable to start developing the knowledge related to them with some real care!

But not all people are interested in putting forth a lot of effort in this area. Frankly speaking, there is no shortcut to success, and so you have to go about doing things the right way. If you are looking for help, Google Chrome Experiments is one of the best places to visit! Google Chrome Experiments harbor the best designers in the world. Believe me when I say that it’s one of the perfect places to be a part of if you want to learn new things about designing. It’s constantly updated with excellent useful information, and you can also share your thoughts and look for the answers for your queries.

1) Chrome Experiments – map-dive

With Map Dive, you can skydive through the air as the Google Maps mascot Pegman, navigating a series of gates to land on famous monuments around the globe. Hit the target and you might just see fireworks, not to mention a few easter eggs along the way.


2) Chrome Experiments- goo-video-sphere

Interactive video stream navigation interface built on Goo Engine, showcasing how to embed multiple videos on 3D screens floating around as a beautiful sphere. Zoom, swipe and click-to-view enabled.


3) Chrome Experiments indras-net

“Imagine a multidimensional spider’s web in the early morning covered with dew drops. And every dew drop contains the reflection of all the other dew drops. And, in each reflected dew drop, the reflections of all the other dew drops in that reflection. And so ad infinitum. That is the Buddhist conception of the universe in an image.”

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4) Chrome Experiments – google-sphere

Mouse over the page and type the term you’re looking for on the search box. Hit return (or click on the search button if you find it). The more you search the more images about the term you’ll get.


5) Chrome Experiments – sudoku-assistant-3d

A WebGL app to assist in the solving of Sudoku puzzles. The Assistant can be turned on and off by clicking the top left tab and then left clicking and dragging around the main canvas to change viewing angle.


6) Chrome Experiments – asterank

Asterank is an astronomically accurate interactive visualization of our inner solar system. It displays thousands of asteroids along with economic appraisals of top space mining prospects.


7) Chrome Experiments – evolution-of-the-web

“The Evolution of the Web” is an interactive infographic about browsers and web technologies, created in celebration of Google Chrome’s 3rd birthday.


8) Chrome Experiments – armsglobe 


9) Chrome Experiments – the-cathedral

This is a virtual visit of the Saint Jean Cathedral of Lyon (FR) that demonstrates realtime spherical harmonics, HDR lighting, and various post-processes.


10) Chrome Experiments – colorwall

A nice 3D effect using a simple particle system.