The Google House Nigeria event aims to enlighten invited quests about how a wide range of Google products and service offerings can make life a lot easier for Nigerians.
Day 1 of the event showcased a varieties of products, features and applications like Google Earth, Google Talk, Google Now, Google Maps, GoogleNavigator, Chrome cast and so on. Applications and products displayed in the house gave the attendees the opportunity to experience innovative products by Google which can make their day-to-day activities easier.
Google House Demos scenarios include 8 spaces:
Living Room – This room displays High quality entertainment content consumed by the demoer thanks to Google services (e.g. Google Play, Voice search, YouTube and Chromecast – TBD) and our multi-device experience.
Kitchen – Celebrity Chef, Tolu Eros cooks up a few typical dishes illustrating products, such as Search, YouTube G+ and Google Play, enhance the cooking experience.
Travel – Two different settings (bagging area, restaurant abroad and ski lift). Demoer highlight the importance of products like Google Now, Translate and Voice Search while traveling.
Teen Room – How Google can help you in your learning about the world. The demoer is a teenager studying Arts and Science using Google devices (Nexus and Chromebooks) and services (e.g. YouTube and Cultural Institute) to learn.
On the go area – Outdoor space setting (e.g. bus stop) to show how Google can help users navigate the own local area. Sign-in benefits like Google Now and products offline mode like Maps and Play are at the core of this room.
Women’s Fashion room – Demoer is planning next shopping trip. By using Google devices, the demoer checks the latest fashion trends using YouTube, Search functionalities and G+ communities.
- Men’s theme / sports room – It’s weekend and the demoer is chilling out searching for some sport’s content. Demoer read sport magazine, watch YouTube sport channels and check out G+ sport communities on his Nexus.
- Future Room – This room consist of products such as Chrome cast, Map maker and Google earth.