>>Hi, I’m Adam, and I’m a software engineer
at Google. We’ve noticed that lots of people use Google
to explore topics, but sometimes it can be hard to know what to search for next.
I’ve been working on Wonder Wheel, a new visualization that makes query exploration fun and easy.
Last week I made stir fry, and this week I want to try some variations.
I can turn on Wonder Wheel through the search options panel by clicking “show options,”
and then selecting “Wonder Wheel.” Notice how my original query is in the center,
connected to a bunch of related queries. If I click on one of those, like “chicken
stir fry,” I now see related queries for that topic.
Notice also that the search results have updated to show the results for the new topic.
I can keep on clicking through the Wonder Wheel to fully explore the topic, or to get
to a completely unrelated topic. At this point, I can jump back to any point
in the path. We hope that you find Wonder Wheel fun and
useful. Try it out next time you’re on Google and
you need to explore a topic.