How Google Is Showing Off Chrome

The Google home page has been ransacked. The familiar, colorful logo is upside down. The search box and the "I'm Feeling Lucky" tab have been uprooted and now point up at a rakish angle, jutting into white space. Other links have tumbled from the top navigation bar and lie in a heap on the side of the browser. What on earth is going on? Have the hackers taken over?



The screwy design is part of a new series, Chrome Experiments, that Google is launching on Mar. 18 to demonstrate the potential of Chrome.
The jumbled home page is actually a program called Google Gravity. British interactive design firm Hi-Res! recreated the search giant's regular home page, giving users the ability to wreck the joint. With the mouse, a user can spin the traditional elements into space. They soar, they careen, they bounce, until they settle higgledy-piggledy at the bottom of the browser window.

Links: Business Week Chrome Gravity Experiment Chrome Gravity Experiment





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