Video: Aerial bird’s eye view of Apple Campus 2 Spaceship, March 2016

“Speaking to shareholders at the company’s Annual Meeting on Friday, Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook joked that he kept himself up to date on the progress of his Campus 2 ‘Spaceship’ project by watching drone videos posted on the Internet,” Daniel Eran Dilger reports for AppleInsider. “For Cook and everyone else that’s interested, here’s the latest progress update on Apple’s new innovation center.”

“Back in January, a drone video showed massive glass panels being installed, the largest on earth,” Dilger reports. “In October, the entire ring was just beginning to take shape.”

Dilger reports, “Today, most of the glass has been installed and the entire Spaceship ring structure has topped out, and the roof top’s HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) equipment is being covered with plates (appearing blue in the video) that will hold vast solar photovoltaic panel structures that will likely make the project the largest corporate solar structure in the U.S.”

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  1. Inner and outer wall diameter, not a single straight line…amazing puzzle to architect…much harder to actually build. There needs to be a center tower just to supervise building that ship.
    On another note, i hope they put a huge revolving statue of Steve Jobs dead center(no pun intended). This was his last big dream and man he sure was able to dream big.

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