Okay, so maybe we shouldn’t be calling it the Google Party Barge any more, but we’ve kind of gotten attached to the name somewhat. But the company’s launchpad for its Google Glass device will still be an ‘unprecedented artistic structure’, according to reports.
The San Francisco Chronicle has apparently secured documents detailing the structure’s design. Apparently the final thing will be a 50-foot tall, 250-foot long barge. It will be made from recycled shipping containers and decorated with sails resembling fish fins. Because, you know, why not?
The barge should host 1,000 visitors a day, travelling from city to city for month-long periods. We hope that afterwards the Google Party Barge will go on to discover bold new lands in the name of discovery. But probably not.