10 useful Google Chrome Experiments

These JavaScript programs bring flashy graphics to your Web browser -- without Flash.

By Howard Wen, Network World |  On-demand Software, google chrome, JavaScript

Bomomo: Doodling gone wild

This app is a cross between a drawing program and game. Or, perhaps the better way to describe Bomomo is that it's an interactive graphics toy. Seven brushes trail along the path of your desktop arrow cursor. These brushes are in constant motion when you draw with them, so the result is a random doodle created with multiple points of origin. (Different colors are also randomly thrown in.) You can choose from 20 pattern sets, which determine the way these brushes move (in circular or straight-line motion) and their brush size. Images can be saved in PNG format.

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