[credit provider=”Google”] Google is on the hunt for creative, unique individuals to test out Google Glass, its Internet-connected headset.But the clock is ticking for the general public to convince Google that they’re the right person for the Glass Explorer program.
[credit provider=”Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images”] Before we all get too excited about Google Glass, here’s a counter view.Hedge fund manager Eric Jackson has been in San Francisco meeting with tech companies and venture capitalists.
[credit provider=”YouTube”] Google’s computerized glasses, Google Glass, have been generating a lot of buzz this week after it released a bunch of promotional material. As interesting as Google Glass looks, we really have no idea about whether or not it actually works as advertised. Google has been pretty strict about access […]
[credit provider=”Owen Thomas, Business Insider”] Google Glass, the search giant’s Internet-connected headset, is getting a lot of buzz outside the company.It’s also been getting a lot of buzz inside the company, with engineers and product people vying to get a spot on the team.
[credit provider=”Frazer Harrison/Getty Images”] Google is in talks with hip eyewear maker Warby Parker to help it make Google Glass look more stylish, Claire Cain Miller of The New York Times reports.The partnership between Google and Warby Parker is not official just yet, according to Miller’s two sources, but it […]
[credit provider=”Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images”] Google is looking for “bold, creative individuals” to help shape the future of Glass. Developers have gotten the chance to play around with Google Glass, and create additional ways to use the glasses.
[credit provider=”MakerBot” url=”http://www.makerbot.com/replicator2-press-assets/”] We love it when a product works as advertised.The only thing better is when it looks great at the same time.
[credit provider=”Evan Spiegel”] Project Glass, Google’s big experiment in wearable computing, is not about what you think it is.Google has a plan for the device that could transform how we share images, and it’s got the hardware. Now it just needs a reason for people to use the hardware.
[credit provider=”Sean Smith, NASA” url=”http://www.nasa.gov/centres/langley/news/researchernews/rn_parvizcolloquium.html”] Babak Parviz, a key engineer on Google’s Project Glass, just revealed some new details about the wearable-computing project in an interview with IEEE Spectrum.Intriguingly, he suggests that the company wants to make money by selling the devices, rather than running ads.
Check out this short film we found via Mote & Beam that documents designer Diane von Furstenberg’s preparations for a fashion runway show. It was shot entirely with Google Glass, the company’s futuristic headset which shoots video and displays information.
[credit provider=”Owen Thomas, Business Insider”] We just hopped off Caltrain, the Bay Area’s commuter-rail system, at Palo Alto to share this with you.When we got on the train at San Francisco, we spotted a man wearing a blue attachment on his glasses.