Google wants to put its products in people’s hands sooner, even if they’re not fully baked.

The company unveiled a pair of interesting new products on Monday that promise new ways to search for photographs online and to view graphical representations of information over specific periods of time.

The products, dubbed Image Search and Google News Timeline, are still not 100 percent polished and are limited in their capabilities – and that’s exactly the idea, says Google.

It’s part of a new effort by Google Labs to accelerate the release of its home-cooked creations to the public.

Google is famous for giving its employees 20 percent of their time to tinker on pet projects that could turn into the next hit product like Google Maps or Google Trends.