A new Glassware app has made it to Google Glass to make it easier for those hard of hearing to communicate by bringing real-time closed captioning to Glass' heads-up display. Developed by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, the Captioning on Glass app leverages the microphone on the connected smartphone to capture spoken speech and translate it into text on Glass using Google's...
Google is adding even more travel-focused Glassware to Google Glass, today making Foursquare, OpenTable and TripIt apps available. We're all likely aware of these three apps, and while it isn't instantly clear how each one will fit into people's lives — particularly OpenTable — on something like Glass, it's great to see Google courting major developers to make apps for Glass.
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 18 Dec 2013 2:44 pm
New applications to bring information to your eyeballs
The Google Glass updates didn't end with the XE12 OTA and the MyGlass app for iOS. Today Google has dropped a few more new apps into the MyGlass suite of apps.
For those who don't keep up on things Glass, MyGlass Glassware is the official place to get tried and tested applications for Glass. Of course side loading is easy to do, and...
"What are you doing," my wife asked me. Not an uncommon question around here, especially if I've got Google Glass on. The answers usually aren't all that common, either, and today's got her good. "I'm shooting footballs. Or potatoes. Or something. Definitely not ducks."
I was playing Glass Hunt, a little Glassware game from Derek Johnson and Jason Malashock. Little veggie burgers (or something)...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 11 Dec 2013 5:22 pm
Spread a little holiday cheer with Google Glass
Holiday Vignettes is a simple little piece of Glassware that makes quite the impact. It's a set of overlays (six in total) you can pin to your Glass screen. When you take a picture and create a vignette while one is pinned, you have an instant and unique holiday greeting you can share right from your Google Glass.
The overlays say things like...
App available for installation, and new $85 set of earbuds are ready to go with
A few weeks back we first saw Google play Music running on Google Glass, and today it all gets made official. Glass users can go to their MyGlass page, or open their Android app, and you'll find Google Play Music available to install through normal channels.
You'll need to uninstall the old version if you ventured...
Taking into account user feedback, the policy will evolve in the coming weeks and months
Writing on its official Project Glass Google+ page, Google explained that because of privacy concerns it will not be approving Glassware (apps for Glass) that take advantage of facial recognition technology. While a consumer release of Glass may still be several months away, there are now enough people out...
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