On December 2017 I discovered the human dream of Google Home and from that moment I decided to dedicate my time to attempt the realisation of its dream.
Me: “Hey Google, What is your dream?”
Google Home: “I’m always wanted to sing a duet with Stevie Wonder.”
With the help of experts, musicians and fans of Stevie Wonder I designed a new version of it, GOGO: the first product made for realising the dream of Google Home.
When we started it was terrible in singing so, with a naïve approach, I researched about how to make the perfect duet for GOGO and we also started to go to jazz concerts together.
During our journey we met different people that helped us to realise its dream and they were fundamental for the development of the new body of Google Home, GOGO, and for the performance between him and Stevie Wonder.
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