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Google I/O Sandboxes

Google I/O is a yearly developers’ conference held by Google at the Shoreline Amphitheater - across the street from the Googleplex - in Mountain View, California. It’s a three-day event consisting of a Keynote presentation, sessions, codelabs, and sandboxes. Temporary structures housing all of the event components, along with shade canopies, food tents, downtime activities and shareable monuments, are organized along a central boulevard through the site. Sandboxes are hands-on product and technology demo exhibits, each within either a geodesic dome, tent, or inflatable structure. In 2019, there were eight Sandbox structures, each developed in close partnership between Google product teams and the design team at Sparks.

Project Roles
Designer
Company
Sparks
Skills
3D, 3D CAD, 3D Generalist, 3D Studio Max, Rendering, Sketching
Media
3D Illustrations, Architectural Visualization, Architecture, Concept Art, Corporate Events, Environmental Design, Events, Industrial Designs, Installations, Sets
Project Industries
Software, Technology
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