Designed as giant Snow Globes, the pop-up venues evoke the festive spirit and provide a deeper insight into a variety of gadgets the tech powerhouse is here to offer.
The company has launched a micro-site where users can uncover the new visual identity pixel by pixel.
The new online service allows students to virtually explore various places of interest far away from their physical locations—like famous zoos, aquariums, planetariums, and more.
With a Scenthesizer prototype, DJs can diffuse various scents while a music track is playing.
The event will convene engineers, product designers and project managers who will develop mobile applications to support girls and women globally.
The TGI's survey defines them as "tech-savvy men of 15-34 years old who own various devices and love using them, as well as enjoy spending money rather than saving it, and make online purchases at least once a week".
All Explorers have just 14 days to invite their friends to partake in the program and buy the Glass—they all must be the U.S. residents.
The lucky organizations—WWF, Samasource, GiveDirectly, Do Something and charity: water—will be using it in their work to amplify their impact on the present problems.