Here's the AutoAwesome Google+ made from what I captured #throughGLASS towards the end of last week. Although it's not one that I'll actually use it's still a nice feature of wearing GLASS all day, every day at work.
Auto Awesome often makes a video montage of the GLASS recordings from the day. It's interesting to see how different things can appear sometimes when taken out of context. This could be an extremely teachable moment. Students have first hand knowledge of what was going on in the video. Seeing how the same event appears much different in AutoAwesome could create powerful authentic learning. Thanks Google+
A cartoon bird, a leading neuroscientist, a team of coders, and an APP that could change how we help people with autism? Read the Boston Globe article that explains it all.... #GoogleGlass#autism#autismawareness
Follow Us Today! (I'll be doing a lot of the writing...) Short and to the point. Building wearables and augmenting reality. Why and how. Thoughts, hopes and cool things that are happening in the space.
GLASS lets you capture the moment while you're still in the moment. Not having to grab your phone or other device adds authenticity to your pictures. GLASS records the neat things you see everyday. 😎 #hatday
In my previous post, I wrote about my initial thoughts on how augmented reality devices like Google Glass might be used for informal science education. In this post, I look at four use cases for Google Glass that I believe would make it (and similar augmented reality devices) a powerful...