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TensorFlow Lite for Microcontrollers
A collection of experiments that showcases the possibilities of building with TensorFlow Lite for Microcontrollers.
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Look to Speak
An Android app which enables people to use their eyes to select pre-written phrases and have them spoken aloud.
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Shared Piano
Play music together live on the web.
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Inside Guide
Inside Guide brings together four weeks of fun stuff to do at home this (especially weird) summer.
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Experiments for Learning
A collection of experiments that teachers, students, and families are using to learn from home.
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Teachable Machine
A fast, easy way to create machine learning models – no coding required.
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Since 2009, coders have created thousands of amazing experiments using Chrome, Android, AI, AR and more. We're showcasing projects here, along with helpful tools and resources, to inspire others to create new experiments. Here are collections of experiments to explore, with new ones added every week. Have fun.

Featured Collections

WebXR Experiments

AR and VR made for the web

AI Experiments

Celebrating Creativity and AI

Arts & Culture Experiments

See what happens at the crossroads of art and technology

Experiments for Learning

A collection of experiments that teachers, students, and families are using to learn from home.

Start With One

A collection of experiments that started by working with one person to make something impactful for them and their community

Chrome Experiments

Creative code for the web

Recent Experiments

Sound of the Earth: Chapter 3

by Yuri Suzuki
An interactive soundscape developed as part of AMI Grants at Google Arts & Culture

Pyramids of Meroë

by Google EMEA Brand Studio
Uncover a city with over 200 pyramids, in Sudan’s Nile Valley

Geo Artwork

by Caroline Buttet, Artist in Residence at Google Arts & Culture Lab
Test your knowledge on the origins of artworks and artifacts

Guess the Line

by Emil Wallner and Romain Cazier, Artists in Residence at Google Arts & Culture Lab
Put your drawing skills to the test as an AI robot guesses what you're drawing

Where is Hopper?

by Dr. Lynn Cherny, Bastien Girschig, Caroline Buttet, artists in residence at Google Arts & Culture Lab
Go on an AI-illustrated adventure across Europe as you search for your penguin friend
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