Google I/O 2012

Here she is, folks. The Google I/O 2012 T-shirt, done up in the same machine-like tools we've come to know in love from Google in the past six months or so.

And after the break, a little snippet of code. Anyone want to tell us what it does?

Oh, and by the way, we're giving away a couple of these shirts. If you want in on the action, check out the video in this post.

Google I/O 2012

 
There are 41 comments

davezaff says:

It is a java Class that sets an object "trampoline" ,,,the x and y are the location to set the object, yellow being the color.

mvader123 says:

Edit: Looks like you changed what you wrote. However, it is NOT Java.

My interpretation:
Whatever language that is (again... NOT Java), it describes a yellow trampoline @ coords x=50 and y=50

davezaff says:

It looks like java to me.
They are class references and the x, y, and color scheme are setting the parameters for the method.

hyperdude says:

Looks more like a Python dictionary.

Archon810 says:

It's just JSON. It's not actually code - just a data structure.

rawkode says:

I agree, it's definitely JSON.

Bharath P says:

It's Source code for Trampoline Tool in Google IO machine...
https://developers.google.com/events/io/input-output/

{
"klass": Trampoline",
"params": {
"colorScheme": "yellow",
"position": {
"klass": "Point",
"params": {
"x":50,
"y":50
}
}
}
}

Bla1ze says:

Pfft! Doesn't come loaded with Jelly Bean.. Do not want. :P

davezaff says:

Another guess was it was the code that displays the icon on the lower left hand(your right) corner of the shirt.

tekmav says:

Is it Dart or Go? You, know Google's replacements for Java/Javascript?

WindRunner says:

That would be my guess. "klass" would never pass as a Java class, as suggested above.

Dubweizer says:

The one shirt that would replace my Big Android BBQ as king!

Melon Bread says:

Rocking Shirt

I would love at shirt. I love being an android nerd.

jamesd413 says:

I'll take that shirt, please!

gregmcph says:

A new system for the Android Declarative UI?
The stuff that lets you program layouts for both phones and tablets?
The current way is an XML system. This is something betterer?

It means "Jumping Jellybeans". :)

gregmcph says:

*ding*

Swaggalicious! Hook me up Phil!

ap_kelly says:

It looks like the start of a treasure hunt, are there any yellow trampolines hanging around? Is there a room 50/50?

I'd start looking, there may be clues to Android pins or similar.

Andy.

chedberg88 says:

I think the code says that Apple sucks!!

yofat004 says:

Lmao!.. too bad it doesn't.

DZolty85 says:

Throw one this way Phil!!!

whitenessj says:

laundry day can go 1 day longer! Thanks Phil

kaediil says:

The code from the shirt gives you a new widget to play with on the Google Input/Output time waster they gave us during the wait for I/O. If you have created a completed I/O machine, you can edit the code directly and add these Trampoline widgets to the machine. Check the Google Plus for Frank Hodum to see one in action.

kaediil says:

The code from the shirt gives you a new widget to play with on the Google Input/Output time waster they gave us during the wait for I/O. If you have created a completed I/O machine, you can edit the code directly and add these Trampoline widgets to the machine. Check the Google Plus for Frank Hodum to see one in action.

caesar21 says:

This shirt is NICE!!

superlinkx says:

Looks like JSON to me. But that would make sense if its made to add a trampoline to the I/O game.

jslackhouse says:

cool stuff.

liaobp1983 says:

hmm. 12 symbols = 12 characters, Google IO 2012

KPCallahan says:

legit!

dgene84 says:

I would like one ...

joshua.worth says:

Android!

Rigelian says:

that shirt would confuse everyone at work...which is why i want it.

mrvizziato says:

Id love to win this tshirt so I can wear it proudly around my girlfriend who thinks Apple is the best. She's so wrong lol... Obviously Android is!,

kukuku says:

I want one T-shirt. But don't understand what is the question to get one? :D
explain the code? :D or view the videos and find the question in video? :D

Parker Clack says:

It is a yellow point at coords 50,50 in a "klass" called "Trampoline".

habanero61 says:

This shirt would look great @ "The Genius Bar" :-)

deviantartjr says:

i want it :o

Braun00 says:

t-shirt looks great

Kemptonite says:

I would like to have a Google I/O T-shirt!! Besides who better to get it from then AndroidCentral!! GO AndroidCentral!!!