Google I/O 2013 Website is Filled With Google Easter Eggs

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  • 07 Mar 2013
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  • The fun continues at Google, so after pulling a Harlem Shake on their lawn filled with Android mascots, it’s time for the search engine giant to pull another stunt. This time it’s a more savvy and geeky one: nifty easter eggs and puzzles hidden in the Google I/O 2013 page.


    They’ve also published the dates and times of the I/O event from May, that will see Android Key Lime and maybe Nexus 7 2 coming to life. The site is actually an interactive experience, one that invites the user to experiment with various codes, pictures, matrix, figures and have some 8 bit fun. You can access the page right here and have some serious binary fun with it. The big I and O are interactive and you can mess with them, but only following the perfect pattern to proceed.

    Once you get the right code, you’ll get an Easter Egg. Once the symbols are arranged you’ll see the symbols becoming a matrix, two cats, bowling balls, bacon and all that. You can even turn the experience into a musical one, by playing a lute, synth and funky. Ready for geeky fun? What solutions have you found so far?



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