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Jason Lukaszewski

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I love Colors! Check out the new Titanium Gold Polarized Shades.
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Jason Lukaszewski

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Nextgenlens is going to release Narrow style shades, if you ever felt that the Stock shades are to big for your head your gonna love these! Pictured is Chrome.
Www.nextgenlens.com

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Ben Myburgh

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Hello there, I had an idea on maybe cutting down the size of the glass. What if we divided it into two parts, 1 part would just be receiver and would show images and other features and the other part would be the sender where the bulk of the device's hardware should be. Also over time the sender would either keep getting smaller or we would just add its feature to mobile phones as upgrades. Just an idea, also not very much a tech person, thanks. 
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Ben Myburgh

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Hello All,
 
I have decided to sell the external battery pack I have designed for Glass!
 
 
SidePack costs $100. Deposit of $50 is required before I start building yours
the next $50 is due at shipping. All cost includes shipping within the Cont. USA.
 
Currently Only Available in Blue, if you would like additional color for your SidePack 
wit will cost an additional $25
 
The SidePack has the ability to roughly double your current Glass battery.
No external wires or cables - simply slide the Glass on the non battery side, plug 
in the micro usb cable and experience longer battery life. 
 
Weight?? --- 31 Grams.... That's the equivalent of 6 quarters! 
 
Time from pre-order to shipment is approximately 2-3 weeks.

You can contact me directly on gmail!

www.Facebook.com/SidePack
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+William Pixton​ that's not a problem. $100 for a blue SidePack or $125 for colored!

You can get in touch with us at:
www.Facebook.com/SidePack
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Zack Anderson

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I feel like I've posted this everywhere but still  haven't found a solution as to why. So, I've decided to share it with the Glass Community:

Background:
I have built a simple application with the GDK. It uses a Socket for transmitting data over Wifi. It seems that when I don't have bluetooth enabled, Glass tries to open a BluetoothSocket and then fails because it wasn't able to make a successful connection (error message from LogCat in link provided). The strange part is that Glass drops packets nonstop for approximately 3-4 seconds ONLY when it tries to make a bluetooth connection with my phone and fails. It wouldn't bother me if Glass didn't check for the connection so frequently. But, when Glass is connected to my phone via bluetooth, everything runs perfectly.

I also found this awhile back and posted a comment: 
https://code.google.com/p/google-glass-api/issues/detail?id=512

The above issue was posted during XE12 it looks like. The status says "Accepted" but, it doesn't seem like the issue has been resolved yet (at least for me) on XE22.

Any suggestion on when this might be fixed or am I the only one experiencing the issue still?
I have developed both TCP and UDP applications for Google Glass. Here is the implementation for UDP: public class MainActivity extends Activity { private TextView mTextView; private someRu...
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Gregory Campbell

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Question regarding glass lens:

Is it possible to put ANSI certified safety lens into a Google Glass unit? My industry is construction so this would allow for the use of Glass on-site.
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I know +DPR Construction has Glass. They might know too?
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DONGSU YU

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Hi! Everyone

I'm Korean User!

Nice to meet you.

My glass foil is bubble.
( The remaining part will be marked with red. )
(Google is not support Korea. T ^ T)

I made an alternative mechanism to the 3D printer.

Black ABS & Mirror Acrylic

The remaining portion of the foil looks a little blurred.

This seems a little smaller than the previous screen.

Will be used to go up to around US.

Thank you!

Support Plz google! T ^ T
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Hi dude if you feel comfortable you could ship it to me in the US and I can get it replaced for you :)
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Dave L

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anyone been successful in connecting Bluetooth keyboard with glass running XE22?  Any ideas?
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+John Ashton +Javier Fadul +Dave L +Marquis Mathis  Thanks for sharing your thoughts and suggestions, guys. We'll pass your recommendations along to the team.
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MTGlassExplorer J

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How does one gain the ability to start developing apps for #GoogleGlass? I'd like to get involved with the beta a little more than just running g around with glass on watching people look at me like I'm crazy (although that's fun enough) lol. Any help would be greatly appreciated :D
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No problem glad to have been of help. 
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NextGenLens LLC

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Need to change up the look of glass a little try a Nextgenlens and get a fresh start with glass! Try our NextGenLens clip in shades or Replace a broken Active shade byvjust swapping your clip!
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Craig Ganssle

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I can't remember if I've shared here before, but we've updated quite a bit.

The entire back-end to our application launches in approximately 30 days, as well as the iOS app...with Android soon to follow.

The Glass version has been working for sometime now, but with the collaborative back-end now to accompany it, it's twice as powerful.

And, we've gone beyond the automation of kernel counting and have begun our first image recognition crop, identifying diseases and pests, starting with tomatoes.

Of course a HUGE shout out and thank you to our entire development team and the efforts that have gone into this project.  Agriculture is an important industry and we're proud to be involved in bringing this hands-free technology to farmers.
Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Vision Computing, intelliSCOUT aims to closing the time-gap assessing crop performance to evaluate economic risk from pest infestations and disease, IntelliScout enables growers and crop consultants to precisely and accurately locate and tag crop issues, visualize them hands-free and make decisions for site-specific treatments...in near real time.
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What a cool idea! 
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NextGenLens LLC

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Added polarized amber clip-on shades today come check them out.
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Yep, got the email. Thanks! 
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Richard Buchler

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Google Glass being used to save lives in trauma cases!
Pittsburgh seems to always be on the cutting edge of new technology in medicine; KDKA's Sarah Arbogast reports.
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Ben Myburgh

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Google Glass Battery!
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It's just a sunglasses leash
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Ahad AlOtaibi

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Check out this video :

virtual shopping using Google Glass ! :)

http://youtu.be/sSOOanxGcxg
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cool beans...
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dmoton314

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Hi Everyone, 
When I call "ok glass" within my app for the contextual voice command menu, I'm not able to use head scroll to see all the options. I can only see maybe 6 out of 9 options on the sub-menu. Is there a workaround for this? It works fine for the parent menu!
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A must-watch video at 23'20 on the computational imaging of Google Glass, by Peyman Milanfar of UCSC https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv9syxlufk0&t=23'20
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Charlotte Thomas

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This is for you Justin Randolph!
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Kenneth Fulmer

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For all y'all trying to get Glass track pad to function out side the unit.
 
New in the Maker Shed:  The Bare Conductive Touchboard. Turn any surface into a sensor. http://bit.ly/1rnEOON
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