Friday, October 10, 2014

Internet Made More Fun With Chrome Experiments

The creators of Chrome Experiments are the creators of Google's browser Chrome. Yes, they are.



So this must be something great.

This website shows awesomeness about the World Wide Web through sophisticated Web Development programming. That of course include sophisticated codes.

Here's an excerpt from its About page:
Chrome Experiments is a showcase of web experiments written by the creative coding community.
All of them are built in HTML5 and JavaScript using open web technologies such as Canvas, WebGL, WebRTC, and Portable Native Client. Each experiment is submitted by the creator.
It’s our hope that these projects provide inspiration to anyone interested in experimenting creatively with the web. We also hope they show how the web is constantly becoming more powerful, more fun, and more open – the spirit in which we built Google Chrome.
 We’re always looking for new experiments. If you've made something fun, fast and beautiful in HTML5 and JavaScript, please send it in. We can't post everything, but we'd love to see it. Thanks for visiting, and happy experimenting.

One page I stumbled upon showcased the floating, animated numbers 500 drawn in motion. From which when you hover the mouse anywhere in the screen you will see names of contributors and their projects with blob sound effects. 500 pertains to the number of experiments that have been submitted to the site.

Hop in by clicking the image above.

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