Did you heard about Google’s gravity loosing? Few days ago while surfing on web, I found this amazing funny thing where Google really looses it’s gravity! So I was thinking to share this with all of you. The term “Google gravity” is actually a Google Chrome experiment made by Ricardo Cabello and Hi-ReS!. What actually it is? Actually google gravity is a funny page where all elements of the Google home page are subjected to gravitational force and they fall down. JavaScript and box2d-js technologies are used to make it.

google gravity google chrome experriment

How to Use, See and Play With Google’s Gravity :

1. Just go google’s home page www.google com.

2. Now in the search bar, type “google gravity” without quotes. Then click on “I’m Felling Lucky” instead of clicking on “Search” or Suggested links.

3. Now Google will send you a page which will exactly look like main Google. As soon as you mouse pointer will come on the new Google page, all Google elements will fall down!

all Google elements are falling down

all Google elements are falling down

Google elements have fallen down

Google elements have fallen down

4. This was the main thing I was telling about.

5. You can also drag and throw or do whatever you want with any broken elements. ( You must use this from chrome browser. Other wise it may not work)

dragging and throwing elements of google

dragging and throwing elements of google

6.  But you can still use that broken page to perform searches.

perform search in broken google

perform search in broken google

All of your search results will also fall below of your Google window!

all google search results are falling down due to gravitational force

all search results are falling down due to gravitational force

Note: All features only works on Google chrome.

Author: 

Jaber is a tech enthusiast, geek and web worm from Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is the founder and Chief-Editor of TechGainer. While he is away from his keyboard, either he's fishing or messing with wildlife. In case, you can contact him at rijans[at]techgainer[dot]com.