A girl from New York has won the $30,000 (£17,864) top prize in Google’s annual Doodle 4 Google competition for this amazing drawing.
Oh, and she’s just 11 years old.
School children aged four to 18 were challenged to doodle an invention that would make the world a better place, and Audrey Zhang rose to the challenge.
Audrey designed a device that makes dirty water clean and drinkable.
‘It takes in dirty and polluted water from rivers, lakes, and even oceans,’ Audrey told CNET.
‘Then it massively transforms the water into clean, safe and sanitary water.
The seventh Doodle 4 Google contest awarded its winner a college scholarship and school grant, rewarding both the artist and their school.
Audrey’s school was awarded a $50,000 (£29,770) Google for Education technology grant.
The internet giant also donated $20,000 (£11,908) in Audrey’s name to charity:water to aid efforts to provide clean water in Bangladeshi schools.
‘It’s so lush and so rich and so full and so complete,’ Ryan Germick, leader of the Team Google Doodle artists, told the Washington Post.
It is the first time Google have animated the winning doodle.
9 June 2014 | 9:35 pm – Source: metro.co.uk