Google Sphere trick is a simple but an interesting trick of Gravity Google. I wouldn’t say it a funny one but definitely an interesting one. How many of you want to see contents of Google rotating around the logo? Well, the developers from web-experiments just brought us this cool new trick, well not a trick exactly.
The roots of Google Sphere lies with the concept of the Solar system. To be precise, you know how solar system works right? Yeah, the Sun is at the center and all the planets rotate and revolve around the Sun. Now, in our context, all the web page content like quick navigation menu, quick searches, search bar and a few other things are considered as Planets and the Google logo to Sun. Meaning, all the contents or the web page revolve around the Logo. The trick is often considered/called under Google Gravity I’m Feeling Lucky button, Spinning Google and Gravity Sphere.
But the best part about this trick is that, with the help of your mouse cursor, you can actually spin the contents clock wise and anti-clock wise. You can even increase the speed of revolving. All the links you see are clickable and I believe at least 50% of them are working, hopefully. Since this is an old trick and failed to grab the attention of users, the developers stopped integrating new features to it.
A quick video to show how it works.
Implementing Google Sphere
Like I said earlier, you cannot implement the Trick! It is already implemented on a web page and all you need to do is to just visit the page. Well, how do you implement this trick? NOTE: You have a working link to the trick at the bottom of the page.
The only way to implement Google Sphere is to surprise your friend or family member who doesn’t know this. Simply, open two tabs one with Homepage and one with the trick.
- Simply, open two tabs one with Homepage and one with the trick.
- Ask them to type SPIN on the homepage close their eyes or turn around so he wouldn’t know what you are doing.
- Now, clear what they typed and switch the tabs.
- Well, I hope that works! Hahaha! I honestly can’t come up with any better way to implement.