One of the most interesting but unknown parts of Google Tests with Google, made up of thousands of tests performed by various developers in recent years. Creativity, Virtual Reality, Android, Extended Virtual Reality … There are no tools that these creators haven't used to give life entertainment experiments you can try with your mobile phone.
Specifically, there are 1,546 tests available right now on the web. Since it can take a long time to try each of them, We've selected the most fun and useful ones you can try now with your Android phone. Music, painting, traveling and cutting-edge technology are just some of the themes of these experiments. We've tested them and make sure it's fun and learning is guaranteed.
Google Experiment: 15 tests performed with your mobile phone
It's a neural network that guesses what you're underline
Run, draw! it's a fun game there you will need to draw the displayed name in less than 20 seconds. As you create your creativity on screen, the neural network is trying guess what a painting really is. With this test, in addition to having a good time setting your drawing capabilities, you can look at how the neural network works. You don't always think about what you are drawing, but each time you play you help him learn and develop a gratitude for machine learning.
An envelope to shorten the time to use a mobile device
This is an exciting project created by the company Special Projects is trying help you spend less time on mobile. While Google promotes Digital Wellbeing by forcing it to integrate across all Android devices, it is also involved in these types of experiments with the same purpose.
The envelope contains different uses connectors for your mobile device that make it a simple device. For example, the first one lets you make or receive calls, while the other allows you to take pictures. For now, this test is only available on Google Pixel 3a, although it is expected that the list of supported devices will be expanded.
When the time comes, simply print the PDFs with different wrappers designs, follow the instructions shown and create a paper swap. Choose the best one for the situation and use this technology check-in.
Machine learning to build your own dance choreography
The Living Archive is a trial by Google that co-authored with painter Wayne McGregor. Using machine learning, the company has transformed all choreographies from the dance floor into a catalog of dance steps that you can use now to create your own choreography.
Choose a selection of your favorite styles and align them to bring that dance piece you have in mind. To guide the process, get in front of the camera and perform the action in question. Artificial intelligence will see it and search for it on file dancer for easy access and can join you in your choreography. If you love to dance, this is a must try for you to say yes or no.
Photos and Augmented Reality create beautiful collages
Overweight is a tool that invites you to create fun collages and link them to the reality around you using your mobile camera. When taking pictures, you can select the places you want to add real-time reality and move it to the screen with your fingers. To test this experiment, you can download the Weird Cuts app for free on your Android phone.
Drop into a neural input network with your camera
Want to know exactly what the neural network looks like? Turn on your camera and see it first thanks to What Neural Network See. Developed by Gene Kogan, this experiment is part of a collaborative software project made from machine learning.
Be the conductor of your orchestra
One of the most fun experiments on this list is the Semi-Conductor, the kind of game where you can put yourself in the shoes of a conductor. Enter the web, open the camera and move your arms to control the tempo, volume, and rhythmic rendering of the orchestra appearing on the screen.
Point out emojis in real life with your mobile camera
You don't know yet, but you're surrounded by emojis and you can check it out with Emoji Scavenger Hunt. This fun Google search consists of finding around the emojis the game shows you before it's too late. For this, it will be necessary focus your mobile camera on the real thing emoji represents to the question.
Disconnect from technical team
As we mentioned earlier, Google takes Digital Wellbeing seriously, and the We Flip survey is a good proof of that. It is is an app that you can download for free on your Android making it easy to break away from technology when you spend time with your friends. Install the app on your mobile phone again flip switch to start communication. As soon as one of you uses the mobile phone again, the session will end and you will be able to see who did not honor the agreement.
Play the mythical Flappy bird through Windows windows
Who hasn't played the mythical Flappy bird at any time? Capturing a bird in the air is a lot more complicated than it looks and you can see it with Flive Windows, a test that Google did when it would drag the windows you have opened into a web browser.
Make music in real time with your body movement
Fans of music production should try Scan Sequence, a fun experiment that lets you make music in real time with body movement. Using your mobile camera, the system detects your movements and responds to notes which you can modify until you create your own music.
Draw in the space around you because of the unpleasant truth
One of Google's most popular online reality tests is just Line, the app easily create RA animations and share them as a video. Download the app for free on your Android phone and start playing with it, alone or with friends. The sweetness is guaranteed.
Feel the music with your eyes
We always listen to music, to hear it through our hearing system, though What happens when we convert sounds into images? What Seeing Music is, is a trial by Google and Jay Alan Zimmerman that you should try with your cell phone to hear music with your eyes.
Enter Viewing Music, click Start Play and generate the sounds you want to see how they come in different shapes and patterns. You can use both of your device's microphone and upload your own audio or video. After playing for a while, I recommend trying different music recognition activities to see how to view sounds.
Read the Gboard Keyboard Code of Conduct
If you use Gboard, Google Keyboard, on your mobile phone, you should provide Morse Typing typing coach, a test that helps you learn the code for fun behavior using the keyboard. This is one of the Google-developed projects related to the code of conduct.
Go without leaving home with different sounds of different parts of the world
One of Google's most eye-catching research is Imaginary Soundscape, a project that lets you travel to any part of the world and listen to its most recognizable sounds. You don't have to leave home and go focus on your favorite places for street views and these sounds created artificial intelligence. Without a doubt, if you like traveling to other places, Imaginary Soundscape is a test you should try now.
Find out how to create Chinese shadows with the help of AI
Google's last attempt to highlight is Shadow Art, where you can learn ancient Chinese shadow art with the help of artificial intelligence. Get in front of the camera again follow the program instructions that you can copy with your hands the 12 signs of the zodiac before it's too late. Without a doubt, Shadow Art is another great exercise for fun while learning something new.