Posted on Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 by Will Hagle
Google’s 1,000 Chrome Experiments celebrates six years of creative coding from around the world.
My personal favorite way of arranging the 1,000 Chrome Experiments is by timeline. The bubbles rearrange themselves based on the date which they were published, starting in 2009 and leading up to 2015. Clicking on any of the bubbles reveals the actual experiments, which range from games to visual design displays and other ambitious coding experiments. There’s also the option of filtering the experiments by type, such as “Microphone Input” or “Realtime Coding.” The site even lets you get involved with the action, allowing you to manipulate the homepage by messing with its code. If you’ve ever been a fan of any Chrome Experiments, now is the time to go back and revisit the best the project has to offer.