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February 8, 2011 by staff 

Google Logo Today, (Mashable) – Jules Verne, a pioneer of science fiction literature, was born on this day, February 8, 1828. In honor of the writer who gave us the “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea” and “A Journey to the Center of the Earth,” Google has a special logo today’s interactive, allowing you to dip a submarine deep beneath the surface of the water and explore its depths, using lever on the right.

There are some surprises there, including a treasure chest binding, scary monsters and some corals shaped in a way that looks like a logo. Enjoy!

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To celebrate the anniversary of Jules Verne, now Google’s logo has been transformed into a dive boat – a Nautilus – a fitting tribute to the author of the classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

Google Doodler Jennifer Horn said the decision to honor Verne as someone who has awakened his imagination as a child. “Looking back, she writes,” I realize that most of what fascinated me was the unknown: a creative spark and imaginative exploration that followed since then, I became more familiar with his work and still believe that exploration is the essence. Novels of Jules Verne His stories draw readers into a world of infinite potential – whether in the clouds, on earth or under the sea. ”

She says doodle today, celebrating the 183rd anniversary of Jules Verne, trying to capture that sense of adventure and exploration. “And he does it with a little help from your device and CSS3 accelerometer integrated.

You can navigate through the design – or rather, lead the Nautilus – a joystick or by simply tilting the device in the direction you want to explore. The doodle that showcases the exploration of imagination, but also shows a very cool technology.

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