• http://www.spinxwebdesign.com/ Alan Smith

    Yeh i can recall it but now it is more advance :)

  • http://www.erptraining9.com/ SAP Training

    I prefer using Garmin!

  • http://www.dofollowuntacticcal000.com/Alternative_Fuels/Alternative_Fuels.html.htm Frank Burns

    If Larry & Sergey seriously thought of the next best thing for Glass, consider my proposal as an afterthought; If Google developers were to create a separate holographic visual display device that would project what a Glass wearer was seeing, it could help people understand the full benefits of what glass entails. A “Projection Unit” could be connected to a tv or tablet, enabling the contents of the day to be stored either electronically or via bluetooth. Images can then be edited and reloaded back to Google as user requests. The other advantage to having a holographic visual display, is that the device itself, could be connected to illuminate and display graphical Images from around the world, on city buildings at night. User’s could also project what Image or video they are watching on YouTube, and display it “LIVE” on a billboard or side of a building for people to view. There are many advantages to creating a visual display device which is compatible with #Google_Glass.

    In Africa and third world, a user wearing #Glass could fetch a history video and project it on a blank wall to help bring about a new way of education to those who cannot afford the same privileges as we do, and over time, students will become savvy to how the world evolves around them.

    It would be a direct form of Introducing education from some of the great Universities we have today, to improve standards of curriculum to help students in the learning process.

    In under developed countries, this style of bringing new forms of schooling direct to the classroom, will have major benefits for their communities and workplace advantages.

    If we are to bring about #Change, then now is the time we must “think with Google”, as they project their thoughts, on the betterment of mankind.

    #ifIhadglass

    http://gizmodo.com/5994862/these-are-the-first-videos-being-shot-with-google-glass?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_twitter

  • http://www.dofollowuntacticcal000.com/Alternative_Fuels/Alternative_Fuels.html.htm Frank Burns

    Another thought about charging a Glass unit. Why not contact retailers and have a special charging unit installed in their stores. Starbucks would be a good place to start, ‘Charge’ whilst enjoying a Hot Coffee! The charging unit itself would charge at the rate of $3 per minute or less, giving extended battery life what it needs throughout each day of use. You could even have these charging units on main streets at intersections, in Malls and Shopping Centers; http://gizmodo.com/5994737/here-are-google-glass-tech-specs

  • http://www.socialbakers.com/ Michal Smetana

    This has to be a really amazing experience. I’d love to try it on my own. Thanks for sharing these great thoughts of yours, Matt.

  • http://twitter.com/Chenzoni Vincenzo Desroches

    Who is buying these?

  • Matt McGee

    They’re not available to the public yet, Vincenzo. Possibly later this year.

  • http://www.LeadDiscovery.com/ Jerry Nordstrom

    My question is a simple one. Who owns the data that powers all the features behind Google Glass and devices like it?

    Since the value behind Google Glass is data which is displayed in real time on a mobile device, what if it had no data? It would be worthless. What if it ran out of data to use? It would be a short term value. What if it was continuously fed new data? That is the goal behind Google Glass.

    Google makes money on data – Run out of and data you run out of profits.

    So Google glass is more than just a data display device, it is a data collection device. As glass users experience the world new data points are recorded and added to Google’s data set. This data is then used to earn profits for Google. Some may feel the data could be used by other entities with less than honest intentions. In the end essentially every Google Glass user becomes a data searcher and collection ant for Google.

    Who, how and when are the true owners of that data determined?

    Don’t get me wrong – I think this tech has powerful positive benefits and you can’t stop technological progress anyhow. However, when you redefine traditional boundaries such as public and private data you also need to ensure the entire ecosystem is covered.

    We the individual need to be represented in this data collection and usage game.