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.
You are probably not aware, but the 8th November actually marks 115 years since the X-Ray was first invented. The honor goes to German physics professor Wilhelm Röntgen who discovered the use of an X-Ray way back in 1895.
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.
The question is though, when was the last time that you had to have an X-Ray? Luckily, it has been over a few years since I last had one, but I always remember the strange experience seeing those X-Ray photos hung up on display. Let us know your experience of X-Rays below.
You can read a full overview at Wikipedia here.
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