- Project GlassGlass Explorer, 2013 - presentThe Glass Explorer program is an early adopter program available for developers and consumers to test Google Glass, and gauge how people will want to use it. Entry into the Explorer program was made available to the general public on February 20, 2013, and ended on February 27, 2013. The program's promotional material stated that "bold, creative individuals" who wanted to test the device were being sought out. Applicants were required to post a message—of 50 words or less—on Google+ or Twitter with the hashtag "#ifihadglass" featured. Successful applicants were required to attend a Google Glass event in either New York, San Francisco, or Los Angeles to pick up the device.
- Esquire PhotographyPhotographer, 1983 - present#Professionalphotographer, #filmmaker, #DirectorofPhotography and #Google #GlassExplorer #DavidEsquire of international #photography company #EsquirePhotography located in #NewportBeach in #OrangeCounty, #California is a caffeine-fueled #photographer that loves to work with outgoing, passionate & exciting people. His roller coaster career spanning over 30 years from Southern California to London, Paris, Zurich, Costa Rica & Berlin has blessed him to photograph Grammy award bands like Duran Duran, The X Games, commercial & fashion, contributed to a best selling book on how to capture better photography, modeled for Ralph Lauren, teaches and gives motivational speeches in Elementary, High School and Colleges and published in 4 languages.
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