1000th chrome experiment

Try the 1,000th Chrome experiment

In 2009, Google launched its Chrome Experiments website (www.chromeexperiments.com) to showcase how imaginative coders have used HTML5 and Javascript to make Chrome do interesting, fun and quirky things - or, as Valdean Klump says on the official Chrome Blog (bit.ly/chrome366), "build beautiful unique web experiences".

 

The thousandth Chrome experiment has just arrived, and it's one of the most visually stunning yet. It's a pulsating mass of coloured balls, each representing one of the previous 999 experiments. Move your cursor over a ball and it bulges towards you, displaying the name of the experiment. Click this to open it. You can also see the balls in a grid and in a timeline by clicking the top-right options.

The experiments have come a long way since the first batch of 19 arrived . One of these was a Ball Pool, which Klump calls a 'classic. He's not wrong. Click here to try the experiment. With a few clicks and shakes of your mouse, coloured balls will rain down on your screen.

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