Google has once again surprised us with another of their now infamous homepage doodles. This time, the search giant is celebrating breakthroughs in technology and they have created a rather slick X-Ray design. Their discovery was made by German scientist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, in 1895. They are a form of radiation composed of rays and the most common use is in diagnostic radiography.
Majority of people have used X-Ray’s at one point or another, but did you really know that 8th of November was its Birthdate? Now nearly everyone knows it – Thanks to Google Doodle. This particular one is simply made out of bones and a few ‘other’ items but is not as interactive as the others. Still, its brightness increases and decreases back and forth, and if you click on it from the home screen it will most likely show you the search results of “X-Ray”.
X-rays are used by hospitals, dentist and even veterinarians, in order to study things like broken bones or damage to tooth structure, which are not observed any other way. Google doesn’t forget anyone though, and to celebrate, visiting their homepage will bring up a cool blue neon design. You may just think that this is a logo, but if you take a closer look, it’s actually an animation as you can see glows of radiation emitting from the letters.
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