Is it me or does Glass usability keep taking a hit? Remember when we had long press the touchpad from anywhere to Search? Then it was removed and we were told to just tap 3 times in a row while the screen is off to search. Well, that doesn't work now, because the "Ok, Glass" menu changes "randomly."
Toss on the loss of music search and video calls and despite the improvements elsewhere, XE16 has dissappointed me.
I got them from a recommendation on G+ since I have custom lenses added. The case is slightly larger that I'd like, but I can add some foam padding if I need to (haven't yet). There is a strap that holds Glass down to keep it from rattling around.
I love mobile development and I get full support from the management at Roundarch Isobar to explore all areas of emerging mobile technology. This includes Google Glass, smart watches, and other wearable computing devices. Outside of that, I've also had the opportunity to work on some groundbreaking mobile applications.
I'm an Emerging Technology Lead at Isobar (http://www.isobar.com). There I have the opportunity to create new things with Glass, smart watches, other wearables, and just general mobile application development.
I've worked on the Nook Color and Nook app for Android along with some independently developed and published apps for Android that have some nice download numbers.
Multiple top app of 2011 lists, Glass Explorer, First native glass apps, I was on CNN http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/bestoftv/2013/05/07/google.cnn