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Google unveils Android Experiments - a showcase of inspiring projects on Android
To better showcase what awesome things are possible with the Android operating system, today Google announced Android Experiments. This is a new initiative from the company that will help show off some of the most inspiring and creative apps, games and even Android Wear applications available.
There are already 20 Android Experiment projects available on the site, from camera apps to puzzle games to the new apps from Google Creative Lab that we talked about yesterday. Roman Nurik’s Muzei live wallpaper and FORM watch face are included on the list as well. Google elaborates:
The 20 initial experiments show a broad range of creative work–from camera experiments to innovative Android Wear apps to hardware hacks to cutting edge OpenGL demos. All are built using platforms such as the Android SDK and NDK, Android Wear, the IOIO board, Cinder, Processing, OpenFrameworks and Unity. Each project creatively examines in small and big ways how we think of the devices we interact with every day.
This is just the start of the new project, though. Google says any developer who thinks their app is creative enough can submit an entry to be featured on the site. It’s open to everybody, so if you have a unique app you’d like to show off, head to AndroidExperiments.com to submit your own.