The Google Doodle for August 11 and 12 in many parts of the world highlights the annual August meteor shower NASA considers the year’s best.
Tuesday's Google Doodle illustrated the annual Perseid meteor shower, which has been taking place throughout the week. The animated illustration shows the phenomenon from various perspectives. Periodically, meteors dash across the screen as the different backgrounds move clockwise, accompanied by soft guitar instrumentals. Show More Summary
Watching this video is almost as cool as watching the real thing
The interactive Doodle celebrates the man behind the Venn diagram with a functioning Venn diagram.
The man who invented the elegant overlapping circle diagrams would have been 180 today. Today's Google Doodle celebrates British logician and philosopher John Venn, who would have been 180 today. The clever interactive cartoon turnsShow More Summary
Ever made a Venn diagram for class (or just for fun)? You have John Venn to thank for that. The
MIKE DUTTON is one of my favorite Google artists not only for how he brings high creativity to his each project, but also for how he illuminates his path to finished product. On Monday, Google is celebrating the 180th anniversary ofShow More Summary
Its inventor, John Venn, would have been 180 today.
The Google Doodle on Monday paid tribute to John Venn, the eponymous creator of the Venn Diagram, in celebration of his 180th birthday The interactive doodle lets users click different images in two categories. The two category bubbles...Show More Summary
Google is celebrating what would be the 180th Birthday of John Venn, the English logician who invented the Venn diagram, with an interactive doodle that lets users mix and match their own overlapping circles. The doodle has a decidedly children’s book feel to it, a design its creators chose to emphasize its educational component. Many […]
Venn diagrams are a high-school math right-of-passage, teaching us (to hate) the logical relations between sets. Google has now honored their creator, John Venn, with his own Google Doodle. Mountain View said it was going for "sound logic and...
You might have seen it on Google’s home page, a doodle honoring the life of Nelson Mandela, South African anti-apartheid activist, politician, statesman, and tireless advocate for social justice. The doodle is timed to coincide with what would have been Mandela’s 96th birthday. Show More Summary
On what would have been his 96th birthday
Google's tribute to Nelson Mandela Image: Google It's been six months since Nelson Mandela, the man who spent his life fighting apartheid in South Africa and endured to become the nation's first Black President, died at the age of 95. Show More Summary
If you visited Google on Monday, you might have played with the interactive Google Doodle which was celebrating 40 glorious years of the Rubik’s Cube. Everyone has played with one, a few people have completed one and now it’s time to learn 12 facts about everyone’s favourite cube twisting puzzle. More »
Credits: Topical Press Agency/Getty Images Alt Text: Emmeline Pankhurst Google doodle celebrates Emmeline Pankhurst – but why was she so controversial? Briefing Tuesday, July 15, 2014 - 12:16pm Today's Google doodle celebrates the birthday...Show More Summary
Goooooooo-gle Doodle. The Google homepage is simple, sleek and straight to the point. But often, the familiar and colorful logo receives a quirky upgrade with Google Doodles. Introduced in 1998 to show off the company's presence at the...Show More Summary
Click on Germany's flag, get German fans! Click on the Argentina's flag, get Argentinian fans! Here's a trip through all of the nations, in one gif! Best of all, Paul The Octopus In Heaven is an easter egg if you click on the clouds. Head to Google Dot Com and click some more, if you please!
Google have unveiled presumably their final doodle of the 2014 World Cup ahead of Sunday's final, and it's potentially the best one bet. The interactive endeavor centres around the big screen at the Maracana, where clicking on different...Show More Summary