Looking for a moment of zen? We suggest spending a couple of minutes playing with Land Lines, a game that draws on Google's satellite images of Earth.

So maybe it's not quite a 'game.' Its creators Zach Lieberman and Matt Felsen call it an experiment, one that analyzes basic scribbles (zig zags and curves, nothing fancy) and finds a satellite image of Earth with matching features. It runs on either a mobile or desktop web browser.

Lines that you draw with your finger or a mouse become roads, shorelines and runways before your eyes, almost instantaneously. It runs seamlessly, and it's oddly soothing. Give it a try and learn more about how it all came together.