Welcome to our new Explorers! All spots in the Explorer Program have been claimed for now, but if you missed it this time, don’t worry. We’ll be trying new ways to expand the Explorer program in the future. You can sign up below to stay updated. That's all for now, folks.
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- crying bitch. Wise and tuff behind a keyboard. Can't even put your picture in your profile. Just shut upApr 21, 2014
- Then I guess you must think all rules to sweepstakes be silly, eh?
Or would you rather they just not choose a time to start?Apr 21, 2014
- I may be dumb but what is glass, If it something to do with a new technology that can work for handy cap people then I would like to be involved in helping in this area because it could be a grate tool for people with learning dissabiltys and this could help adults and children in school or in socializing activities and more. I'm not a developer of any kind but I think I can help you guys create asume tools for all handycap people and I believe you would like my Ideas on this subject thanks. DEBBY.Apr 28, 2014
- http://google.com/glass/ and you can see how one of our Explorers who's paralyzed used Glass to go camping with her friends here: Explorer Story: Alex Blaszczuk [through Google Glass]Thanks for asking. Glass is a wearable technology we're building to help people get technology out of the way and focus on the world around them. You can learn more about what Glass does by looking at
Thanks for being a fan! Glass is US-only for now, but we hope to make it more widely available in the future. You can sign up here to stay informed: http://google.com/glass/start/how-to-get-one.Apr 29, 2014
- I belive that Google Glass will allow people my age, in highschool to be more organized. I can see walking into school and reading through the daily anouncements with Glass. I can see powerpoints being shown and reminders that in 3rd hour I have homework. I cant wait, along with Ms. Debbie for the advancements Glass can allow. Being a student, needing to buy a car, and saving for a good college Glass, although it saddens me, wont be able to be a first priority for a few years(at the least). I am also super ecstatic for Google Wearables...I do not know what Google has said about these, or if its just a rumor. I cannot wait for the amazing medical achievements that are one their way, and are possibly already being worked on!!! I hope that Google will continue to shine and I can only keep trying to be a part of it. --Chris PattonMay 1, 2014
- For folks like myself with Aspergers this would be great.May 8, 2014