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Visualized: Google I/O's colorful circle of ChromeBook Pixels

Brad Molen
May 15, 2013
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Google loves to use I/O as a platform for sharing its creativity with the world. This year, one of the masterpieces is a circular edifice consisting of two lines of Chromebook Pixels, with each keyboard on the outside. Ultimately, the artistic monument appears to highlight the Pixel's touchscreen and high-def display, as it flashes a wide variety of colorful imagery and music as you interact with each monitor. We have a gallery of images and a brief video below, showing off some of what this clever spheroid of Chrome OS can do.

Update: we learned that the company in charge of designing and building the Pixel circle is Obscura Digital.

Gallery: Google IO Chromebook Pixel circle | 9 Photos



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