Google Unleashes Android Experiments for Developers

Google unleashed Android Experiments today where developers are provided an open invitation to submit their own experiments to a gallery of projects. The gallery is for demonstrating the uses of Android devices at another level of creativity.
 
As stated on the official website:
 
"We’re working to document creative experiments like these and make them open source so anyone can see how they are made, or get inspired to create their own,"
 
"Our hope is to encourage more developers to challenge how we interact with the devices we use every day. Each experiment is submitted by the creator, and all kinds are welcome—no matter your skill level, the framework it uses or the device it runs on. If you’ve created something amazing on Android you’d like to share, please submit your own experiment."
 
Here is the screenshot from the official website stating recommendations and what kind of experiments they're actually looking for.
 
Android Experiments 
Image Source: androidexperiments.com
 
Right now there are 19 experiments on the website. Here's the screenshot for one of them:
Android Experiments Image Source: androidexperiments.com 
 
You can submit your own experiments from here.