Electroland was commissioned to design an installation representing the Google Android division for the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, with the caveat that we only had 12 weeks until the event. Electroland Partners Damon Seeley and Cameron McNall proposed an artistic installation that encompassed all aspects of Touch, including interactive screens, a range of textures, temperatures, motion, sound and light. In one week we put together some "look and feel" prototypes for review at Google, got the final go-ahead, and then our lives were consumed night and day by working with a quickly assembled team of fabricators, coders and craftspersons. We made our drop-dead ship deadline, and then flew to Barcelona for several more days of caffeine-fueled frenzy. It was an awesome undertaking, exhilarating and exhausting. The final product turned out great and was the talk of the MWC. Google Android visitors included Christian Robertson, inventor of the ubiquitous Android Roboto font; Matias Duarte, head of Android Design; and Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google.