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Google celebrates 1000 weird and wacky Chrome Experiments

by Jacob Kleinman | February 24, 2015February 24, 2015 10:00 pm PDT

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Chrome Experiments have been around for a while now. Google officially started pushing the limits of what its browser could do back in 2009, offering everything from a real-time code editor to a virtual skee ball.

The company celebrated its 1000th Chrome Experiment on Tuesday with another experiment of sorts. Basically, it’s a bubbly graphic that lets you explore every experiment before it. Just hover your cursor over the image to scan through the project history. Pick one to quickly launch it.

The Chrome Experiments website itself is also getting an update. This includes a mobile friendly design that should work on any smartphone or tablet along with your desktop Chrome browser. Of course, not every experiment will work on your phone, but you can click the “Mobile” tag to narrow the list accordingly.

Browsing through the list of old experiments there’s some really cool stuff that we missed over the years. Hit the source links below to check it out for yourself.

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Jacob Kleinman

Jacob Kleinman has been working as a journalist online and in print since he arrived at Wesleyan University in 2007. After graduating, he took a...

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