As of today there are 637 Chrome Experiments posted. We took some time go through and very unscientifically find some of the coolest ones. Check out these five awesome Chrome Experiments that are fun to look at, use and/or experience.
My Robot Nation is a Chrome Experiment that lets you customize your own little robot. For a price you can choose to make your robot come to life via 3D printing. It’s a pretty neat project and could make a cool gift or desk ornament.
World Wide Maze lets you connect your smartphone to your computer to turn any website into a marble maze game. With the endless number of websites on the Internet, you have tons and tons of levels to play. It’s hard to visualize without actually seeing how it works. Check out the video below.
Popular indie band Arcade Fire came out with this experiment as a way to showcase their song “We Used to Wait.” It is an interactive video experience that asks users to enter in their home address of where they grew up to create a custom music video of sorts that pulls in Google Maps images of the address and ties it into the video.
Racer is a multiplayer mobile racing game. All you need is a smartphone and some friends. Just open up the Racer Chrome experiment on your phone and line up your phones with your friends and let the race begin.
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