Film, Fashion and Music Culminate in one outstanding Made By Google Launch Party

 

Last night Google launched the second generation family with a new Pixel, Google Home Mini and Max, Pixelbook, Pixel Buds, Google Clips hands-free camera and updated Daydream View headset, tech lovers were sent into a frenzy as they watched the reveals unfold.

This excitement is not misplaced either, the first generation iterations of many of these products took the market by storm and have long been lauded as far superior to similar products in the market; so as you can imagine, the expectations were high for yesterday’s release.

We’ll save the device by device deep-dive for the tech magazines, where we’re concerned is aesthetic and this new range is beautiful. The coral and slate palette allowed for the Google Home Mini and Max to sit within both modern and traditional households, proving that Google is the only brand to put that level of thought into interior architecture when designing their home assistance speakers.

For our readers working within in the creative industry, you’ll most certainly want to read up on the new Pixelbook and Pixelbook Pen. We had a quick play at the launch party and there truly is an application for the production within literally every corner of the industry. Fashion designers can benefit when sketching new collections, photographers can dot retouch right onto the photo without the need for additional graphic boards, the sleek design allows for fashion writers to review collections live from the front row; truly a product we’ll be looking into more.

Of course, no launch is complete without a star-studded launch party. The night saw a whole host of industry leaders from the worlds of fashion, music, art and pop culture celebrate the new Google family. Previous FAULT stars Ella Eyre and Maya Jama were in attendance alongside the likes of Jourdann Dunn, Jack Saunders, Lady Leshurr and Neelam Gill to name but a few.

Music for the night was provided by DJs Nick Grimshaw and Maya Jama performs awesome respective sets for those inclined to boogie. Taking to the stage for a live set, Nadia Rose brought the house down with an energetic performance and even brought out beatboxer mid-performance (you’ll know the significance of this if you saw her Glasto set…We did!)

The wonderfully interactive evening featured a whole host of playrooms where party goers could interact with the new technology, 360 videos, sensory overloads, doughnuts and fun! It all gets a little hard to explain so just enjoy the photographs below.

 

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