He was often referred to as the master of motion and color. Fischinger is said to have spent months and maybe even years, handcrafting and planning out his works of animation.
Apart from being popular for his work in films, Fischinger was also a great painter. His style would often capture dramatic movement. He was often unsatisfied with the way traditional media worked. He also created film-flip books in the 1970s that depicted motion along with movement.
The doodle tries to take from Fischinger's idea of experimenting with audio-visual sound. With a tap, you can switch instruments and create notes that can later be played back and even shared. It lets one experience a sense of visual music that can be created and personalised, inspiring to dwell into the essence of Oskar Fischinger.