- Product Guy, 2006 - present
- UC Berkeley - HaasMBA
- Iowa State UniversityComputer Engineering, Computer Science
You probably didn’t expect us back with another update so soon, but we’ve got a few new Glassware coming your way. Well, 12 to be exact.
Runtastic is your personal trainer. You’ll have a collection of workouts to help whip you into shape or push you to reach your fitness goals.
94Fifty Basketball works with the 94Fifty Smart Sensor Basketball to help you with your game. It measures muscle memory that the human eye can’t see. You’ll get feedback after each shot to help you shoot like Ray Allen. (ok, maybe not Ray Allen but maybe it’ll help you make varsity.)
The Guardian keeps you up to date on breaking news alerts and lets you save the articles you want to read later.
Duolingo makes learning a new language feel more like a game and less like high school Spanish class.
GuidiGO is your personal tour guide. Choose from 27 destinations and over 250 guided tours. Relive the Impressionist history of Montmartre, the magic of the Hagia Sofia in Istanbul, or the hidden secrets of San Francisco!
Allthecooks is no stranger to Glass, but they’ve added some new features to keep your hands free while cooking. You can now use voice commands to switch between recipes and directions.
Zombies, Run! Because let’s face it, running is more fun when you’re being chased by zombies.
Star Chart lets you look up at the sky and explore the stars, planets and constellations above.
Shazam on Glass can tell you the name of the track and artist of a song that’s playing around you. Just say “OK Glass, Recognize this song.”
Goal.com lets you keep up with everything happening in the world of football. (World Cup fans, we’re looking at you.)
Livestream let’s you broadcast live video, read chat messages from your audience and share your point of view via social networks.
musiXmatch picks up on the music playing around you and shows you the song lyrics for songs in any language.
Learn more about our latest Glassware additions here: http://goo.gl/GWzXeE
Just recently, I met this gentleman in the wilds beyond the desert. He was so curious and interested in Glass. Absolutely transfixed, he asked me everything about it, then tried it on and played and played and played! He loved it!
First I had him go through the same demo I give everyone. I have them say, "Okay Glass, Take a picture" — it understands pretty much every accent around the world as far as I can tell. This always makes people freak out with excitement when they see the photo they just took floating as a hologram in front of their eyes.
Then he started using it more and more, going through all my emails, watching videos, seeing my text messages, asking Google questions, checking weather... I mean it just went on and on and on... and then he started showing all his friends and telling them about it — he was so excited. Naturally, he was happy for me to take his photo while he was playing!
We ended up talking about a bunch of different things. I even bought an old used knife from him, and he showed me how to stick the curved end of it into a camel's hump to get water in an emergency. There's another part of the knife you use to seal up the little puncture wound. Then we talked about mediation, the sealing of the four cardinal spiritual doors in the night before entering the tent, different cultures around the world, and well, about a dozen other things. Anyway, it was great...
(btw after posting this, haha - I see that G+ automatically tagged it with Selfie!)
Starting June 23, you can purchase the collection exclusively on and google.com/glass, which includes five new frames and eight new shades to give you even more ways to make Glass your own. At that time, you’ll also be able to purchase the Titanium collection on .
In 2012, we gave you an insider’s view of the Spring 2013 runway show with DVF [through Google Glass]. We’re honored to collaborate with her talented team again. Like Diane says, “technology is your best accessory.”
Broncos' Wes Welker: 'I gotta do a better job' on botched punt
Wes Welker admitted after the game that, 'I gotta do a better job of getting up there and getting those guys out of the way, and making sure
Mount Lemmon with David King and Mike Chu - Steve L.'s 86.0 mile bike ride
Steve rode 86.0 miles that included the Mount Lemmon segment and the Mount Lemmon MP 0 to MP 5 segment.
Introducing Google Fiber: The Next Chapter of the Internet
The next chapter of the Internet starts here. Google Fiber starts with Internet speeds 100 times faster than what most Americans have today.