Google has made the Chrome Experiments site to allow developers to showcase their HTML5 demos, where they’re made with Javascript, CSS or even WebGL. These demos are meant not only to show what you can do with Chrome, which has very fast Javascript and WebGL performance, as well as very good HTML5 support, but also so developers can push the envelope with their creations, and push Chrome’s developers to make it even faster.

I think this is why Google is bringing Chrome Experiments to the mobile version as well. They want to show the world what the Chrome browser on Android can do, and in the same time they also want developers to make projects that are as impressive and intricately crafted as possible. If you want to take a look at the future of HTML5, even on mobile devices, which have weaker hardware than a PC, take a look at the video below:

You can also try the Chrome Experiments for Mobile directly on your mobile device, but you might need Chrome to view them properly. The ICS Browser doesn’t support all the latest HTML5 features that Chrome does, and it’s not surprising considering Google has abandoned that project and is now making Chrome the default browser in Android 4.1 and later.