Software developers for computers and mobile devices are famous for their original and subtle sense of humor. Employees of one of the largest corporations in the world – Google – are no exception to this rule.
A typical example is the so-called Easter eggs, which are present in large numbers in the search engine of the same name. In this case, Easter egg is understood as a secret, a small secret or a small branch of the plot that has nothing to do with the main line of the product being developed.
To find a Batman poshalka, type “Batman”, “Gotham City”, “Bruce Wayne” or “bat signal” into the search. A flashing spotlight will appear in the search results, when clicked, an Easter egg with a bat signal will start.
If you Google the phrase “Do a barrel roll”, the search engine output screen will be turned over. The rotation takes a couple of seconds, after which the page takes on its usual appearance.
To see an Easter egg with gravity, type “Google gravity”, click “I’m lucky!” and watch everything break. Every detail of the interface can be captured with the mouse and thrown into any part of the screen.