22nd June 2017 Innovative Doodle For Google Music Idiosyncrasy: Best Google Doodles


This time doodle for google has a fleet of surprise for music lovers with its innovative tech surprise wrapped in doodle. For the past few days the Google doodle lovers and enthusiast were missing this exceptional surprise. The sad part of the google doodle existence on the cyberspace that remains for single day so you music lovers have 24 hrs to enjoy this music extravaganza!  This doodle deals a lot with the animated musical special effects where you can make your music composition with the aid of doodle GUI.

Lets know more about Oskar Wilhelm Fischinger based today’s google doodle 

Born in 22 June 1900, Gelnhausen, Germany Oskar Wilhelm Fischinger was a German-American abstract animator, filmmaker, and painter, notable for creating abstract musical animation many decades before the appearance of computer graphics and music videos. Being a notable creative painter he  painted around 800 canvases, many of which are in museums, galleries and collections worldwide. credited to his enormous creative potentials.

These are some of the incomplete list of this famous person hollwood contributions

  • Silhouetten (1920)
  • Stäbe (1920)
  • Wachs Experimente (1921)
  • Studies 1–4 (1921–1925)
  • Spiralen (1925)
  • München-Berlin Wanderung (1927)
  • Seelische Konstruktionen (1927)
  • Study Nr. 2 (1929)
  • Study Nr. 3 (1930)
  • Study Nr. 4 (1930)
  • Study Nr. 5 (1930)
  • Study Nr. 6 (1930)
  • Study Nr. 7 (1930-31)
  • Study Nr. 8 (1931)
  • Study Nr. 9 (1931)
  • Study Nr. 12 (1932)
  • Study Nr. 13-fragment (1933-34)
  • Kreise (Alle kreise erfasst Tolirag) (1933-34)
  • Muratti greift ein (1934)
  • Komposition in Blau (1935)
  • Muratti Privat (1935)
  • Allegretto (1936)
  • An Optical Poem (1937)
  • Organic Fragment (1941)
  • Am American March (1941)
  • Motion Painting Nr. 1 (1947)
  • Muntz TV Commercial (c. 1952) Source  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oskar_Fischinger

This must watch movies list has a lot in store in terms of creativity involvement . Keep enjoying google doodle today .

 

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