The Google homepage today, September 7 has Google doodle balls bouncing all over the place with another interactive doodle launched on Tuesday. Moving your mouse over the four dots or balls that sit to the right of the Google logo will get red, blue, green and yellow balls bouncing all over the page.
Regular internet users are still buzzing the internet to find out the reason behind the bouncing balls Google homepage is displaying today. Every Google Doodle implies a hidden message, which is either related to some celebrity or some important event to recall. However, Google homepage today is showing a distorted logo with the composition of dots without a sign of message behind it.
With the Google’s success of previous interactive logos like Pac-man Game during May, it seems that Google knows how to score a home run anytime they showcase their brilliant homepage. What other site reported, they say Google is going to launch a new website where they will sell interactive balls or maybe it is to celebrate Kiyoshi Ito’s birthday who came into this world in 1915 and was a brilliant mathematician who came up with a model for random motion.
And some people said that Google has been eager to push HTML5 and CSS3, and its Chrome browser, because it offers many more possibilities in the design of web pages, which could be more interactive with less effort by designers.
Till the mystery gets solved, Google users are left with either playing with the colorful lively balls on Google homepage today or making wild guesses to solve the puzzle.
Our users have shown interest in:
- google homepage pictures background