Google Doodle tribute to Stanislaw Lem
Google created one of the most complicated doodles the Google Doodle tribute to Stanislaw Lem. Google doodles this time aimed to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the publication of the first book by Stanislaw Lem, Polish science fiction writer. This Doodle can be seen at google.co.uk.
Animated doodle feature at this time showing a pensive character after doing small activities. Not just sitting, Google visitors can interact with these characters by clicking on it. He will stand up and walk to the right. We will meet with a large robot that invites us to count. After doing three times the count, this character will meet with a machine that request us to make the pattern as desired. The Guardian launch, a long animation sequence of Google Doodle tribute to Stanislaw Lem ends with the message that art is inspired by the illustrations in The Cyberiad Daniel Mroz, a series of short story by Lem.
Lem produce a variety of poems, essays and short stories during the 1940s and the 1950s, but his first major work, Hospital of the Transfiguration, which was published in 1955 as a weight sensor to lift the ideology began following the death of Joseph Stalin. The Cyberiad, published in 1965, is a key work, although Solaris remains the best works that Lem known – first published in 1961, was made into a film by Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky in 1972 and directed by Steven Soderbergh in 2002.
Lem died in 2006 at the age of 84 after suffering from heart disease. Now Google make the Google Doodle tribute to Stanislaw Lem to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the publication of his first book.