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Google: ADmented Reality

Google: ADmented Reality

Google’s Project Glass seems like an awesome idea. But rebelliouspixels thinks the concept video was missing one more Google element: ads. It’s funny because it may very well be true.

Google White House Virtual Tour

Google White House Virtual Tour

Wander through the public spaces of the White House and explore its artworks from the comfort of your computer, thanks to Google’s collaboration with President Obama and the First Lady.

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Google: Project Glass

Google: Project Glass

Google’s augmented reality project. Ideally, the heads-up system will be able to recognize objects and will be controlled by voice, providing access to location, communication and organization apps.

Google’s Self-Driving Car

Google’s Self-Driving Car

Steve Mahan is legally blind, with 95% of his vision already gone. He’s also the first user of Google’s self-driving car. Gearheads may balk at this technology, but we can’t deny that it has its uses.

Gmail Tap

Gmail Tap

Not to be outdone by their colleagues at Google Maps, the Gmail team has their own old-new technology: Morse Code on Android. We didn’t know LL Cool J worked at Google.

Google Maps 8-Bit

Google Maps 8-Bit

It’s not yet April 1st, but we suspect the guys at Google released one of their pranks early, with the new Google Maps for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Click “Quest” in the upper right to try it.

Nine Eyes Photo Project

Nine Eyes Photo Project

Jon Rafman’s Nine Eyes of Google Street View website is a offbeat, ongoing project that publishes the strange scenes that the nine automated Google Street View car cameras capture. (Thanks Max!)

Evolution of an Image

Evolution of an Image

(Briefly NSFW) Sebastian Schmieg took a single image and fed it into Google Image Search, then picked its top “similar image” over and over, gradually morphing through over 2950 images.

Google Doodle Store

Google Doodle Store

Think Google is going to let all those awesome Doodles go to waste? At the Google Doodle store, you can order the doodles as prints, on T-shirts, mugs and even stamps and skateboard decks.

Google: Zeitgeist 2011

Google: Zeitgeist 2011

Google looks back at the year’s most popular searches, which – by virtue of the company’s ubiquity – might as well be the year’s biggest issues. Song is Sooner or Later by Mat Kearney.

The Evolution of Search

The Evolution of Search

…aka “The Evolution of Google.” The company takes a look at the past, present and future of search, promising faster, more natural and more accurate results. Learn more here.

Address is Approximate

Address is Approximate

A lonely toy takes a journey through the great outdoors, thanks to a little help from his friends, his owner’s iMac, Google Street View, and a sense of imagination from The Theory.

Street View Cinemascapes

Street View Cinemascapes

Aaron Hobson scoured through countless images collected by Google Street View cameras, and found some real gems, including these beautifully composed and artful still photographs.

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Google Halloween Doodle

Google Halloween Doodle

You won’t find Google’s Halloween doodle online, because the search giant decided to get with tradition and carve its logo out of real – and huge – pumpkins, a process that took over 8 hours.

Freddie Mercury Google Doodle

Freddie Mercury Google Doodle

Today would have been the 65th birthday of Queen frontman and vocal genius Freddie Mercury. Google pays tribute to his artistry and showmanship with this awesome animated Google Doodle tribute.

Google Earth Carpets

Google Earth Carpets

David Hanauer’s WorldWide Carpets are made out of repeating patterns of the bird’s eye view screenshots from Google Earth. Size and patterns can be customized. Price available upon request.

Website Propaganda Posters

Website Propaganda Posters

There’s a war on the Web, and netizens are divided into three camps – Facebook, Google and Twitter. We think 4chan will disagree, but we’d rather not imagine what their posters would look like.

Google Search by Image

Google Search by Image

Google continues to evolve the core of its search engine, this time offering the ability to search by starting with an existing image on the web, or uploading one from your computer.

GTA IV Street View

GTA IV Street View

The Google map of Liberty City at fan site GTA4Net is already impressive, but their recent addition is plain mind-blowing: a Street View – of a fictional city! – made from nearly 80,000 screenshots.

Google Android Zoetrope

Google Android Zoetrope

On display at this weekend’s Maker Faire 2011, Gary and Danny Aden’s zoetrope features 60 Android mascots spinning rapidly in front of a strobe light to give the impression of movement.

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Angry Birds for the Web

Angry Birds for the Web

Google and Rovio have teamed up to bring the popular physics game to your browser. Although still in beta, it does have exclusive unlockable Chrome levels. What are you waiting for?

Samsung Chromebook

Samsung Chromebook

The Series 5 Chromebook runs Google’s Chrome OS. Has a 12.1in screen, dual-core 1.66GHz Intel N570 CPU, and 16GB SSD. Drops 06/15/11, $429 for the WiFi only, $499 for WiFi+3G.

Google Android @ Home

Google Android @ Home

A framework that transforms Android devices into home automation controllers. Skip to about 43:00 in the video to see the presentation, including a very promising use of NFC technology.

Google Music Beta

Google Music Beta

Google beats Apple to the punch with their cloud music service, letting you upload your tunes to the Internet, playing them from all your computers and Android-based gadgets. Request a beta invite here.

Android Market

Android Market

We’re not sure what’s taken so long, but here it is. The Android Market finally gets a web store. It has a neat feature that will have iOS users green with envy: apps are automagically installed wirelessly.

Google Art Project

Google Art Project

We’ve been able to explore the Earth, our streets and even our bodies all for free, thanks to Google. Their most recent project lets us visit museums and view works of art with just a few clicks.

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