Google datacenters are constantly dealing with 30 billion questions per day and individual data is required to travel almost an infinite number of servers!
For diversifying Google’s recent campaigns further, they have hired artists for coloring murals on 4 of Google’s datacenters. Till now, two of their centers located in Oklahoma and Belgium have been turned magnificently colorful, according to Mashable.
Oli- B, one of the artists decided to transform one of the data centers located in St. Ghislain, Belgium into a psychedelic cloud.
Satellite images are downloaded using Google Maps, a collection of circles mainly; with each circle representing swimming pools, spherical farms, waste treating plants, and ponds.
According to Jenny Odell, who painted murals on Google datacenters in Oklahoma,
“Seeing them from a satellite perspective kind of brings out how strange and specifically human they are, the satellite imagery I used to make this mural at some point passed through a data center like this one.”
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