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Chrome Maze : an amazing Chrome Experiment

on March 22, 2013 by Laurent Comments

You have to experience this. What an amazing job by Google Japan. This new Chrome Experiment syncs up your computer and your smartphone, and turns any website into a 3D maze, where you can play.

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Chrome Super Sync Sports

on March 1, 2013 by Martina Comments

If you are looking for new ways to exercise, possibly without even leaving your desk, Google Chrome Super Sync Sports could be great for you. Don’t expect it to be an healthy workout out of it but, very likely, you will have five minutes of fun especially if you were born in the 70s and have grown up playing Epyx’s “Summer Games” or Activision’s “Decathlon”. Read more…

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Data Visualisation. Which language do you browse?

on November 5, 2011 by Tim Comments

Google Chrome’s translate feature allowed cartographer Eric Fisher to read the language used by the browser. Combining this information with Twitter’s API he created a beautiful global map of languages, emulating countries’ shapes, while at the same time showing how they fuse together at their borders.

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Fun playing with water WARNING **Super geek stuff**

on August 16, 2011 by Mark Comments

FYI – * requires the OES_texture_float extension** requires the OES_standard_derivatives extension, currently only available in Google Chrome

A realtime pool of water rendered using WebGL with reflection, refraction, caustics, and ambient occlusion. Read more…

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OK Go: All is not Lost

on July 28, 2011 by Tim Comments

Google, OK Go and director Trish Sie have teamed up to create a spandex-heavy video clip for “All Is Not Lost”, the 7th single off their 2010 album “Of the Blue Colour of the Sky”.

If you fancy your own message to appear in the video, head over to All Is Not Lo.st It is only accessible through the Chrome browser, as part of Google’s strategy of exclusive web experiences. Using HTML5’s canvas technology you can marvel at browser windows resizing and milling about.

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