Google I/O 2012 Registration Announced

Keith Kaplan

Every year developers from all around the world gather for the Google IO conference. Google has announced it's celebrating by releasing a Rude Goldberg-inspired Chrome Experiment.

This is Google’s fifth IO conference. It will be held in San Francisco's Moscone Center June 27-29. At the event attendees learn about the tech world’s latest web, mobile and social innovations, as well as get a chance to meet the minds behind Google products, like Android, Chrome and Google+.

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Google has announced that registration for this event opens tomorrow, March 27 at 7 p.m. PDT. Registration costs $900 or $300, whether you’re a general attendee or an academic. Last year’s event was so popular that tickets sold out in 59 minutes.

The Input/Output Chrome Experiment uses HTML 5, which allows you to create a "machine" that transports a small particle from one side of the screen to the other. The application gives you a toolbox of various levers and gadgets to customize your Chrome Experiment. Various developers have created their own machines, which they posted on Google+ today. Google even says your machine could be featured at the Google I/O conference.

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We have collected some of our favorite Google-inspired Chrome Experiments. What cool designs have you created? Post a link to your design in the comments below.

Input/Output 1

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This story originally published on Mashable here.