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Try the 1,000th Chrome experiment
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.