Though the Next Big Thing won’t appear for a while, we know what it will look like: a lightweight, always-on wearable that obliterates the divide between the stuff we see on screens and the stuff we see when we look up.
When Google announced the revival of Google Glass, it came armed with evidence that the augmented reality glasses have a real market — in the enterprise space. The company showcased major customers like GE, Agco, DHL, and Sutter Health already piloting Google Glass Enterprise Edition.
Don’t call Heather Erickson a glasshole.
Yes, that’s Google Glass on her frames. But she’s not using it to check her Facebook, dictate messages, or capture a no-hands video while riding a roller coaster
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. I’ve just got my hands on the world’s most sought-after gadget: a pair of high-tech glasses that double as a wearable camera. A simple tap on the frame allows me to capture what I’m seeing from a first-person perspective and share it instantly with my friends on social media. I’m living in the future! This is great, isn’t it? Isn’t it?