Tis the season to be artsy: Four Google people worked simultaneously on a Google spreadsheet to create a large 100 row x 186 column mosaic. Each of the 18,600 cells was filled with colour out of a 18 hue palette. It may not be as avant-garde as David Byrne's PowerPoint art, but the time-lapse video documenting the whole process is quite mesmerising. [Holiday Google Spreadsheet]
18,600-Cell Spreadsheet Mosaic Captured On Time-Lapse Video
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