Google has been having a lot of fun attempting to outdo itself with each passing "Google Doodle" displayed on the site's homepage, and the latest is perhaps the most technically ambitious yet.

An homage to renowned sculptor Alexander Calder, today's doodle emulates a "mobile," or hanging set of connected weights and struts that rotate and sway in relation to one another thanks to gravity.

If you're on a computer that's equipped with an accelerometer, and if you're using the Chrome browser, which is capable of reading accelerometer data, the doodle will actually dance around in response to the movements of your laptop.

If you want to see if your gear has what it takes, give it a try over at Google.