Google I/O Website Filled With Easter Egg Goodies

by Roy Choi | March 7, 2013

Google-I-O-Website-easter-eggs

Head on over to the Google I/O website, do some prodding, click on the ‘I’ or ‘O’ and see what happens. First you will hear “I” “O”, but if you code things just right, you can unlock a whole lot of easter egg fun. There’s an ASCII visualization of I/O, a dash of bowling, hot dogs, hamburgers, kitty cats, some bacon and eggs, and even a game of Simon. Not bad for a bunch of boring developers.

Quite frankly there are a lot of outputs. Some users have posted their discoveries:

01110101
01000101
01010011
10010000
10001000
00101010
11100111
01111111
00111001
11010011
11011011
10000001

Give it a shot and see what you get, post below if we’ve missed any.  Also if you dont like all the clicking action, your keyboard’s “i” “o”, or “1” “0” will suffice.

Google I/O The Next Web


Roy Choi

Roy Choi is a Southern California native. He has been infatuated with technology reviews ever since he bought his first crummy laptop in the summer...