While we’re all waiting for the floodgates to the Google I/O 2013 registration page to open up on the morning of March 13th, Google seems to have injected some fun easter eggs into the main landing page for the developers’ event. The “I” and “O” react to mouse clicks, and you can get a nice variation on the event logo by inputting the right string of 0’s and 1’s (binary code, if you aren’t familiar).
For instance, inputting “01111111” will bring up a Matrix-esque ASCII visualization of the logo, and “10001000” will bring up a cool synthesizer. My personal favorite, “10010000“, brings up a tasty dish of bacon and eggs (because when isn’t bacon awesome?)
There are quite a few to be discovered here so take a look at the quick cheat sheet below and give it a try for yourself. Oh, and we’re hearing from our ninja sleuths that Google developers have a fun time adding more everyday, so if you find any that aren’t listed below be sure to let us know in the comments section!
- Best Material Design apps on Google Play
- Project Ara at Google IO
- Project Abacus and Vault bring big security features to devices
- Google's Project Soli
TAGS: Google IO