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Google’s Showroom Barge Will Look Like A Dimensional Portal, Play Host To Thousands Daily

on November 8, 2013


Google has admitted that at least one of its mystery barges (there are currently four registered, apparently) will host “interactive space[s] where people can learn about new technology.” Now, we’re privy to a glimpse at what that might look like, thanks to documents obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle. As you can see, the structure, which is made from recycled shipping containers and features vast sail-like structures, is about as forward-thinking as the Google Glass devices it will likely house (among others).

The plans for the structure claim that it’s designed to host up to 1,000 visitors a day, with stays lasting around a month at various locations around San Francisco. Locations proposed in the documents for it to visit include Fort Mason, Angel Island, Redwood City, and Richmond, as well as eventual destinations down the road including San Diego and other stopovers along the U.S. West Coast.

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