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These slides were used during my talk at the 2014 Learning Technologies Conference and Exposition held in London, England January 29 & 30, 2014.

These slides were used during my talk at the 2014 Learning Technologies Conference and Exposition held in London, England January 29 & 30, 2014.

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    Google Glass: The Experience, the Reaction, and the Possibilities Google Glass: The Experience, the Reaction, and the Possibilities Presentation Transcript

    • Google Glass: The Experience, The Reaction, & The Possibilities David Kelly, The eLearning Guild http://bit.ly/1hMsWTO
    • but please don’t leave.
    • Remember, Google Glass is not released
    • Wearable Tech
    • Full Color Display
    • Full Color Display
    • Camera
    • Touchpad
    • Bone-Conduction Speaker
    • Microphone Networking Strong Links to other Google Products
    • Apps
    • Using the Touchpad
    • Using Voice Commands
    • Glass Capabilities • • • • • • • • • Google Search Navigation Making Calls Video Calls Posting Updates Recording Videos Taking Still Pictures Sending Text Messages Taking Notes
    • Reaction #1
    • Reaction #2 “Do you know there’s a computer strapped to your head?”
    • Reaction #3
    • Reaction #3 GLASSHOLE
    • Your hands
    • Immersive Training
    • Performance Support
    • Real-Time Feedback
    • Augmented Reality
    • High-Risk Training
    • In Summary… Google Glass is still a novelty; there’s no normalcy to it yet.
    • In Summary… Freeing hands opens new opportunities for support
    • In Summary… The tremendous potential of Google Glass isn’t in what it does, but in how we use it.
    • Thank You Google Glass: The Experience, The Reaction, & The Possibilities David Kelly, The eLearning Guild http://bit.ly/1hMsWTO