It seems as though search engines are one of those intelligent tools that are able to capture and understand its users by predicting what they think, similar to when you’re using predictive text on your phones. Looking for something to spice things up this evening, I stumbled upon a colouring book game, as part of the search engine’s own arts and culture experiment tab/section. I didn’t think that digital colouring would be such a fun experience, as someone who’s used to doing colouring on hard copies. Maybe it’s just me but I would like to have seen more shades of red.
In line with the Ramadan month and the upcoming Eid mega celebrations and holidays, the search engine decided to be both cute and educational by having frequent users like me choose from what’s available to colour in.
You will not only get to release stress by colouring, you will also learn about the inspiration behind each un-coloured sheet. Plus, you are welcome to download and save your work, regardless of whether you’re happy with the colour choices made. Of course, you’re allowed to share your artwork to your network on social media/various social platforms. In fact, this can be an activity during your remote classes/collaboration. Hey, everyone is going to need art at some point in their lives, okay?
Who says you can’t travel virtually? Well, now you know you can, just by the click of a mouse.
For now, I’ll let you have a look at what I picked and had done.