By Mark HachmanPosted 10.19.2012 at 9:00 am 0 Comments
In late june when Google introduced the Nexus Q, an Android-powered device that ports music and video from the cloud to home theaters, critics immediately set to tearing it apart. They called it “baffling” and “overpriced” and generally decried its lack of features. But, as so often happens with something truly unusual, the critics may have missed the point.
Our friends at Pop Photo talked to Connie Zhou, who took absolutely stunning photos of what might seem horribly boring: Google's server centers. Zhou is typically an architectural photographer, and one day got an offer from Google to come take photos of places never seen before--though they have been the subject of some criticism. Check out the story here.