Google Gets Interactive With Olympics Logos

Google’s London Olympics Logos so far have all been static images symbolizing different events and sports at the Olympics. But today that trend has changed and Google is showing animated and interactive logos that Google users can play with and win medals.

Today, we have a logo that let’s you compete in hurdles. You can share the results on Google+ and beat your friends. Here is a video of my race:

Tomorrow, Google will have another interactive logo, for basketball. In this logo, you are not racing, but rather seeing how many baskets you can make within a certain time period. Here is a video of my shooting skills:

Will Google continue with these interactive Google Logos for the rest of the Olympics?

Postscript: Yes they do! Thursday, Google will have an interactive Slalom Canoe Logo:

Related Topics: Channel: Consumer | Google: Logos

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  • Deboti Chowdhury

    You practiced, that’s cheating…  :)
    My highest was 18.

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