Google has launched Android Experiments, a website to showcase inspirational projects that are at the bleeding edge of technology, aesthetics and interfaces.
The 20 initial experiments listed on the site range from creative work–from camera experiments to innovative Android Wear apps to hardware hacks to cutting edge OpenGL demos.
The company says the current crop of experiments were built using Android SDK and NDK, Android Wear, the IOIO board, Cinder, Processing, OpenFrameworks and Unity.
Android Experiments is the mobile apps equivalent of Chrome Experiments. All the projects listed on the site will be open source so others can see how they’ve been built.
Further, developers can submit their own projects onto Android Experiments and while there will be no special category for these apps on the Play Store they will be searchable.