Experiments with Google gives opportunities for developers, designers and researchers to submit their open source experiment directly to Google.
Experiment with Google is an open-source platform where you can submit your project or experiment directly to Google. Last 10 years, developers, designer and researchers have created more than 1500 experiments using Chrome, Android, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Web Virtual Reality (VR), Argument Reality (AR), and much more.
Anyone can submit their applications within the given below categories and your experiment must be open-source. Lots of people submitting their application but not all of them accepted and Google only shows your project on Experiment with Google website when you fulfill his criteria but it's an amazing platform for developers, researchers and designers to explore new things.
Google allows you to submit multiple types of experiments that are open-source projects. Experiment with Google has various type of collections that are curated stories showcasing the best of experiments, resources and tools on the website. Here's the collection of experiments.
Creatability is exploring how creative tools can be made more accessible to everyone. Creatability is a set of experiments made in collaboration with creators and allies in the accessibility community. You explore how creative tools – drawing, music, and more – can be made more accessible using the web and AI technology. Google sharing open-source code and tutorials for others to make their own projects.
Hello Morse is a collection of AI and Chrome experiments inspired by Morse code on Android Gboard. Morse code for Gboard includes settings that allow users to customize the keyboard to their unique user needs. It works in tandem with Android Accessibility features like Switch Access and Point Scan.
Voice Experiments is a showcase of what's possible when you bring open-ended, natural conversation into games, music, storytelling, and more. These experiments were made with tools like Dialog flow and the Actions on Google platform, that make it easier for developers to create new voice experiences that work on devices such as the Google Home, or even right in the browser.
Arts & Culture Experiments explores how machine learning enhance Google understanding and access to art and culture, at the crossroads of art and technology, created by artists and creative coders with Google Arts & Culture. All of the new experiments involve new tools that allow users to search and discover art and photography in otherwise overwhelming or inaccessible artistic archives.
AR Experiments is a site that features work by coders who are experimenting with augmented reality in exciting ways. These experiments use various tools like ARCore, an SDK that lets Android developers create awesome AR experiences. Google featuring some of the favourite projects to help inspire more coders to imagine what could be made with AR.
AI Experiment is a showcase for simple experiments that make it easier for anyone to start exploring artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning through pictures, drawings, language, music, and more.
WebVR Experiments bring virtual reality to the web, making it easier for anyone to create, enjoy, and share VR experiences. With WebVR, you can open up a browser and get into VR just by clicking a link. Google showcasing projects that developers are making to give you a glimpse of what's possible with WebVR.
Android Experiments was created as an open and flexible platform, giving people more ways to come together to imagine and create. Android developers everywhere have been pushing the limits of what’s possible on phones, tablets, watches and beyond.
Chrome Experiments is a showcase of work by coders who are pushing the boundaries of web technology, creating beautiful, unique web experiences. You'll find helpful links throughout the site for creating your own experiments, and you can also explore resources like WebGL Globe and Google workshop of tools.
If you have created an experiment or project that uses technology in a new and interesting way? If so, Google love to see it and possibly feature you and your project in experiments with Google website.
IMPORTANT POINTS BEFORE SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION
If you think you have created open-source experiment or project that are meet the above collections criteria than you can submit your experiment directly to Experiment with Google website just click submit experiment button on the top of the header and please consider the below point when you start submitting your experiment or project.
- Google looking for projects that push the boundaries of what code can do.
- Projects with unique visual aesthetics.
- Google consider open-sourcing your experiment or parts of it. It can help inspire other coders.
- Google wants to see the amazing things you’re cooking up.
The above information just makes you aware of the platform, for more details or submit your application visit - Experiments with Google.
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