Not surprisingly having a Google Doodle can help spike an interest in an author. For example, when Google featured a Google Doodle of Mark Twain in November 2011 to celebrate his 176th birthday, searches for the author reached an all time high. Show More Summary
Google is celebrating the 114th birthday of Eiji Tsuburaya today with a unique Doodle that not only chronicles his contributions to the film industry, but it’s done across a series of mini-games that fans of Tokusatsu films, such asShow More Summary
JENNIFER HOM, the Bay Area-based Google artist, has both an eye for the precise and a flair for the dramatic.Whether she’s rendering an animated music-video tribute to late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury or adapting golden inspiration...Show More Summary
Interactive doodle celebrates 114th birthday of Japanese filmmaker.
Born 114 years ago, Japanese film and special effects director Tsuburaya Eiji pioneered the art of ‘tokusatsu‘ — creating spectacular scenes using miniature city sets and figures. He’s also credited with the creation of Godzilla and Ultraman, and Google is celebrating his birthday with a special interactive doodle on its home page. Show More Summary
Today, Google celebrates the 114th birthday of Japanese special effects director Eiji Tsuburaya. He is responsible for many Japanese science-fiction movies, being one of the co-creators of the Godzilla series, as well as the main creator of Ultraman. The Presurfer
Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 114th birthday of Japanese special effects director Eiji Tsubaraya, who was one of the co-creators of Godzilla and the main force behind Ultraman. In his honor, Google has ten minigames you can play aping all steps required to make the practical effects Tsubaraya was a master of. Read more...
Tsubaraya passed away in 1970, but his distinctive influence on special effects lives on
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June was a fairly eventful month for Latin America, and not just because of soccer tournament Copa America, although tech companies used it to engage with their users. For instance, Google made special doodles to celebrate its main highlights,...Show More Summary
The landmark birthday prompted a Google Doodle in Britain depicting a man in chains — a reference to the rights that were eventually extended beyond the nobility.
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Categories: Activism Nearly three years ago, a progressive Saudi blogger named Raif Badawi was imprisoned by the Saudi government. Over the course of two years, he remained in prison through a tumultuous... (Read more...)
Added 14 March, 2012. All of you thousands of sudden visitors to my site, who came here today via the "Google doodle" or by Google-imaging "Akira Yoshizawa"---I am immensely flattered, but am just a humble student of the late great master.If...Show More Summary
Google is famous for its Doodle illustrations that transform Google's homepage into something different in order to celebrate important anniversaries, events, or birthdays. Thankfully Google has an archive full of all its past Google Doodles, so we combed through them to find our favorites. Show More Summary
Google's doodle pays homage to the first female NASA astronaut, who was revealed to be lesbian following her death. read more
Google has done a great job of honoring female pioneers in STEM careers in their daily doodles, and today provided them with another opportunity. Sally Ride was a physicist and astronaut who was also the first American woman in space, and today would have been her 64th birthday.
Today, American astronaut Sally Ride would have have been 64 years old. She died in 2012, but her work lives on as an inspiration to young women who want to touch the stars. Ride was indefatigable in promoting education, in promoting...Show More Summary
To commemorate what would have been American astronaut Sally Ride's 64th birthday, Google has created a collection of Doodles and a short film that celebrate Ride's life and passions.