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Introduction to Google Glass. Learn about Google Glass. What is it? How does it work?

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  • 1. “OK Glass, Now what?” Oktober 31st 2013 Raimo van der Klein
  • 2. Raimo van der Klein @rhymo Nokia KPN MoMo Layar
  • 3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZR4eSmmPCxg
  • 4. 4
  • 5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7B8aq_rsZao 6
  • 6. AGENDA Era of Wearables and Context GLASS Basics Usecases The Future 7
  • 7. AGENDA Era of Wearables and Context GLASS Basics Usecases The Future 8
  • 8. The future is already here. It's just not very evenly distributed. William Gibson 9
  • 9. The 3rd Wave Era of context Wave 1 Wave 2 Wave 3 1992-2000 2000-2008 2008-2016 Nokia 3210 iPhone (160 million sold) (350+ million sold) ? (No icon device.. yet) “CONNECTING PEOPLE” “CONNECTING INTERNET” “CONNECTING SENSORS” 10
  • 10. The 4th Wave: Intelligence 2nd wave CLOUD (INTERNET) ME 1st wave. SOCIAL (PEOPLE) 3rd wave CONTEXT (SENSORS) 11
  • 11. Why is now the era of context? 12
  • 12. We have build the necessary infrastructure 2000 2008 2016 2022 INTELLIGENCE “U CONTEXT “C INTERNET D to e ” ata INTERNET ic Vo “ PEOPLE PEOPLE te on From Synchronous to A-synchronous n C to t on t” ex t From Apps to Big Data tekst SENSORS AI” o Xt From Services to Agents AI INPUT CLOUD SOCIAL 13
  • 13. Every layer builds on the previous one 2000 2008 INTELLIGENCE As the intelligence of sensor based I” services grows so will their ability to to A X make decisions for us. “U CONTEXT As the amount of sensor based apps on C to grew so did the data that they t ten n produce. Co “ INTERNET amount of mobile accessable As the D internet destinations grew so did A- to ce synchronous communication. “Voi PEOPLE 2016 PEOPLE ” ata INTERNET From Synchronous to A-synchronous t” ex t From Apps to Big Data tekst SENSORS From Services to Outsourcing 2022 AI INPUT CLOUD SOCIAL 14
  • 14. What can we expect for 2014 2000 2008 2014 2016 2022 INTELLIGENCE “U CONTEXT “C INTERNET D to e ” ata INTERNET ic Vo “ PEOPLE PEOPLE te on From Synchronous to A-synchronous n C to t on t” ex t From Apps to Big Data tekst SENSORS AI” o Xt From Services to Outsourcing AI INPUT CLOUD SOCIAL 15
  • 15. 2014 will give us an explosion of (crowdfunded) mostly single purpose sensorized hardware. Known as: Smartware. Phone mutations. Wearables. Everyware Spimes Smart things 16
  • 16. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kv4e7rSNixA
  • 17. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUO7Qnmc8vE
  • 18. EMOTIV
  • 19. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KtMCX7FfZ0
  • 20. AGENDA Era of Wearables and Context GLASS Basics Usecases The Future 22
  • 21. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1uyQZNg2vE 23
  • 22. How Google Glass started! At Google Zeitgeist 2010 in London we showed Larry Page Layar running on Lumus AR glasses. Functionality: - Indoor map - Compass & GPS based - POI’s displayed He said: “Cool!” ;-) 24
  • 23. 25
  • 24. Introduction - Started as a Google X project - Around August 2011, a Glass prototype weighed 8 pounds - 10.000 people are Glass Explorers since this summer - Price $1.500,- 26
  • 25. Let’s discuss the hardware
  • 26. Navigate with Touch Pad
  • 27. The Display 640 X 360 (25” at 8 feet)
  • 28. Camera Photo 5MP Video 720p
  • 29. Glass Hardware Specs Speaker (Bone Conduction) Microphone Proximity sensor Ambient Light Sensor 16GB Sandisk flash Battery (570 mAH) Micro USB Wifi Bluetooth Compass GPS
  • 30. What can you do with it?
  • 31. The 7 main functions (now) 1. Take a picture 2. Record a Video 3. Get Directions 4. Send a Message 5. Phone calls 6. Google+ Hangouts 7. Google search
  • 32. How does it work?
  • 33. Architecture DEVELOPING GLASSWARE TIMELINE MIRROR API TIMELINE TIMELINE SUBSCRIBE GLASSWARE TIMELINE
  • 34. Glassware
  • 35. GDK(Glass Developer Kit) Launch Android Apps in Glass
  • 36. AGENDA Era of Wearables and Context GLASS Basics Usecases The Future 38
  • 37. The Basic Idea Deliver highly contextual services with a minimal amount of friction between intention and action. 39
  • 38. Glass works best when you need help in the physical world 40
  • 39. WEATHER SOUND LEVELS AGENDA VERBS FRIENDS/ STRANGERS ENVIRONMENT When something changes in your context Glass becomes relevant SOCIAL (WHO?) ACTIVITIES BODY QUANTIFIED SELF LOCATION TIME PHYSIOLOGICAL SPATIO TEMPORAL BELIEFS INTENTIONS TASTE FACEBOOK TWITTER WHATSAPP ME VIRTUAL PRESENCE 41
  • 40. Glass Contextual Services Google Now Augmented Reality Navigation Google Triggered Cards 42
  • 41. Glass Contextual Services Google Now Augmented Reality Navigation Google Triggered Cards 43
  • 42. Google Now Calendar Flights Places Sports Stocks Weather
  • 43. Glass Contextual Services Google Now Augmented Reality Navigation Google Triggered Cards 45
  • 44. Layar Proof Of Concept
  • 45. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsg5GHjhSwQ
  • 46. Glass Contextual Services Google Now Augmented Reality Navigation Google Triggered Cards 48
  • 47. 50
  • 48. Glass Contextual Services Google Now Augmented Reality Navigation Google Triggered Cards 51
  • 49. 52
  • 50. 53
  • 51. Glass Contextual Services Google Now Augmented Reality Navigation Google Triggered Cards 54
  • 52. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXlfxcqZheU 55
  • 53. http://www.kitchme.com/googleglass
  • 54. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdQZHxiMfeM
  • 55. Enterprise Glassware & Apps 59
  • 56. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssldTFWBv3E
  • 57. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggvq-eWjDhc 61
  • 58. AGENDA Era of Wearables and Context GLASS Basics Usecases The Future 62
  • 59. Updated Version Ear buds Prescription support 63
  • 60. Google expands Explorer Program coming months. Explorers have 3 invites - US resident - US address 64
  • 61. • Add a Calendar Event • Call Me a Car • Capture a Panorama • Check Me In • Create a 3D Model • Find a Recipe • Learn a Song • Play a Game GlassVoice.apk “Ok Glass” and then some... • Play Music • Record a Recipe • Remind Me To... • Show a Compass • Start a Bike Ride • Start a Round of Golf • Start a Run • Start a Stopwatch • Start a Timer • Translate This • Tune an Instrument 65
  • 62. Gaze? “Double blink” action Eye control sensor 66
  • 63. Other expected developments GDK (Glass Developer Kit) Glass App Store 67
  • 64. Privacy, Safety & Security “OK Glass, call my lawyer” 68
  • 65. Promising Future! © 2011, Layar Confidential and Proprietory
  • 66. THANK YOU! raimovanderklein@gmail.com @rhymo 70