Google marked its return to public exhibition at MWC last year. But this year Google is not in the mood to public anything of its own or any of its partner’s product at MWC.
This year, Google is came with a slew of small exhibits and personalized swag opportunities, Here are some photos from MWC 2016 of whole Bugdroid Bazaar between halls.
At the end of the walk they placed Android-powered robotic sketch artist, just take a picture of yourself with the smartphone on the wall, and this pen (which is of course powered by an Android app) will draw you on a little sheet of paper.
At this booth were also a number of artistic or interactive experiences which used cameras to track your face, analyze colors on a wall, or the gyroscope to explore a virtual scene.
There was an Android chocolate station there. The only payment method accepted is a high-five. There was below listed flavors there at this station.
- Go Bananas
- Hazelnut mocha
- Marshmallow madness
- Hot chocolate
- Very berry
You could also “Androidify” yourself IRL, which allowed you to create a print of your creation and then have it painted on a custom Android water bottle. The line for said water bottles was, unfortunately, quite long.
As with last year, Google is doing a grand bugdroid pin scavenger hunt throughout the convention center, with opportunities to collect over 100 badges from Android partner booths over 3 days, with three tiers of completion (bronze, gold, silver). Collecting every badge at the show will get you a mystery prize of some sort.
Capping off the exhibit is a giant bugdroid head with Google Play Music headphones on, completely with TVs shaped to look like giant oversized smartphones.
Source : Androidpolice