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Monthly Archives: July 2012

A series of interactive Chrome Experiments made by Google

Weblab is announced at Google I/O Con which is one among many other amazing products, such as Android Jelly Bean and who can forget the Live Sky Diver’s hangout with the Google Glass.

Google Chrome launched the Web Lab at the London Science Museum, a year-long installation of five interactive experiments designed to tie the Internet’s otherworldly conceptual presence to something physical. Users can access the experiments while physically at the Science Museum or, and this is key to the installation’s concept, from wherever they are in the world via the Internet.

The experiments include a Universal Orchestra, Data Tracer, Lab Tag explorer, Sketch-bots, Teleporter.

The Sketch Bot experiment awesome’ness is that it right opens in your favorite browser (ofcourse all experiments do, Thanks to latest tech HTML5) it captures the image using webcam of your machine and applies a series of Basic Powerful Image Processing Algorithms.

The very first thing is it detects eye’s and subsequently Read More »