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Google Glass is wearable head-mounted technology that looks like glasses from space, but without the lenses. Instead, a small screen located in a prism on the side displays information via a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection to a smartphone. When the screen is activated with a gesture or a voice command (“OK Glass…”) they can show the wearer the time, GPS directions, diagrams, even internet pages and videos.
Google Glass is still in development phases, and apps are already being created for almost everything imaginable - from the helpful language translation apps, to the apps that will send you ego-boosting messages once a day.
But the main market for Google Glass hasn’t been tapped yet....
“What are those?”
We heard that question hundreds of times at the Learning Technologies Show in London on the 17th - but that’s what you get when you have a screen strapped to your face!
Mobile Learning Design, Navigation and Prototyping
“Every product made for humans must be produced with the deep understanding of human behavior and not with a hope or idea of changing it and making the user feel uncomfortable.”Steven Hoober...