Speak to Go: A WebVR Experiment

Something new. All you need is your voice and a phone to explore the world with the #WebVR Experiment Speak to Go → https://t.co/hx0PWZLaDG pic.twitter.com/jP9wuqaDjo — Google (@Google) April 19, 2017 Explore the world with your voice: try Speak to Go, a WebVR Experiment made for mobile at https://t.co/zAcD9c5TG5 pic.twitter.com/1qicQ76GPz — Google Arts&Culture (@googlearts) April… Continue reading Speak to Go: A WebVR Experiment

WebVR Experiments

Something new. Come and play with virtual reality right in your browser. Introducing #WebVR Experiments → https://t.co/Eg7TAzpAbG pic.twitter.com/6N87McwTEs — Google (@Google) April 12, 2017 Introducing #WebVR Experiments: come and play with VR in your browser. https://t.co/dTQYSBO2iV pic.twitter.com/EaxXmRhOgb — Experiments with Google (@ExpWithGoogle) April 12, 2017 Virtual reality on the web for everyone. Come play with… Continue reading WebVR Experiments

Sideways Dictionary

Something new. Sideways Dictionary is a collection of fun, easy-to-understand analogies that help explain complicated technology terms. Use it to look up tech terms of all kinds, vote for the definitions you like best, and even add your own. Creative Lab helped our friends at Google Jigsaw bring this project to life by writing, art… Continue reading Sideways Dictionary

AI Experiments

AI Experiments is live. https://aiexperiments.withgoogle.com It’s time to get hands-on with A.I. Explore #aiexperiments and play with pictures, drawings, music, code, and more → https://t.co/ZywjoLaOp0 pic.twitter.com/Hj5t5y7GPY — Google (@Google) November 16, 2016 There’s a bunch of amazing experiments on the site; but this one below is the one I spend the most time with during… Continue reading AI Experiments

Hello London. I’m back.

It’s Sunday evening and I’m a bit all over the place. My wife and I took a Virgin Atlantic flight on Thursday night from New York and landed at Heathrow on Friday morning. It was a one-way trip. Wait? What? After nearly three and half amazing years in New York, I’m back in London. I’m excited to say I’m… Continue reading Hello London. I’m back.

Meet Gboard: Search. GIFs. Emojis & more. Right from your keyboard

In 2014 a few of us had been talking about future surfaces and interfaces. There’d been some conversations about text as interface and other stuff. We’d played with the idea of using the keyboard as a space to try a little hack. But nothing had bitten, so we put it away in the top drawer. In 2015 another project we’d… Continue reading Meet Gboard: Search. GIFs. Emojis & more. Right from your keyboard