Google with gravity

Gravity would take everything down and that’s just what happens with Google Gravity; it shambles down all elements of Google’s homepage as you can see below.

Google Gravity

Google Gravity is a project by Hi-Res!, a London-based company consisting of a team of developers. It is perhaps a tribute to Isaac Newton, the guy behind the discovery of gravity, who was born on the 4th of January 1643 and to whom Google recently dedicated a doodle.

Google's Isaac Newton Doodle

Google Gravity is fun to use as you can see all your search results floating right in front of you. A slight downside of it is that it works with Google Chrome only, nothing unusual though, since it’s one of Chrome Experiments projects.

Floating search results on Google Gravity

2 thoughts on “Google with gravity”

  1. Google is cool. After they sell your browsing history and personal information to advertisers, and sell out the Internet to Verizon, they make a clever game and hope you are stupid enough to forget. Awesome. I could be amused by such 1989-era html cleverness all day.

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