Google on Tuesday revealed a microsite celebrating the 1,000 user-made projects that have been submitted to Chrome Experiments.
Called Experiment #1000, the new interface at 1000.chromeexperiments.com lets you explore the games, art and other creative coding endeavors that have been shared since the project started in 2009.
Submissions can be viewed by timeline or using a real-time code editor.
Google launched Chrome Experiments in 2009 to showcase the work of creative coders and to inspire programmers making art with open web technologies.
To mark the occasion, Google has also announced a mobile-friendly redesign of ChromeExperiments.com.