I was fortunate enough to have been recently invited to participate in some early product discussions for a new application Hearst may be working on for Google’s Glass. It’s all very hush-hush, but I think it’s ok to share this much. I haven’t had access to the new hardware, so I did a mockup for myself, and wore it around my house, imagining what sort of messages and images I would welcome if they appeared just above my line of sight. Here I am, in all my serious, scientific goofball glory:
Glass: A Low Fidelity Prototype
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Love your prototype! I’ve been looking to invest in just such a low-cost solution for looking high-tech. Do you have a kickstarter project I can donate to?