Friday, March 1, 2013

Mark Hurst on Google Glass

Mark Hurst: “The Google Glass feature that (almost) no one is talking about is the experience — not of the user, but of everyone other than the user.” As Hurst goes on to say, “The experience of being a citizen, in public, is about to change.” Hurst’s post is the best thing I’ve read about Google Glass.

comments: 2

HairlipDog said...

What i don't understand if how 2 people with google glasses would have a video chat. instead of seeing eye to eye you would be viewing what the other person is viewing. which seems odd other than the occasional "hey, check out what i found" or instructional video chat. am i missing something?

Michael Leddy said...

O brave new world, that has such questions in’t! I don’t know what would happen then. Perhaps you could hold a mirror out in front of your face?