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Introducing Google Glass and the future of the Internet of Things.

Introducing Google Glass and the future of the Internet of Things.

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  • 1. IntroducinGoogle
  • 2. AGENDA • What is Google Glass? • What is the Internet of Things? • All About Google Glass • Uses for Google Glass • Google Glass & libraries? • Privacy • The Future
  • 3. • Wearable computer with OHMD (Optical Head-Mounted Display) • Displays information in an augmented reality format that users can interact with using voice commands. • Glass can be used as a Bluetooth headset with any Bluetooth compatible phone/tablet. Source: http://goo.gl/rpWTmo What is Google Glass?
  • 4. http://goo.gl/X4do2
  • 5. WHAT IS IT? “The Internet of Things (IoT) is a scenario in which objects, animals or people are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to automatically transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. IoT has evolved from the convergence of wireless technologies, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and the Internet.” source http://goo.gl/V52Y6r
  • 6. WIRED HOMES Image: http://goo.gl/uWMORU Lots more at: http://www.wired.com/tag/smart
  • 7. CONTROL YOUR LIGHTS/ AIR CONDITIONER
  • 8. http://myplantlink.co
  • 9. http://goo.gl/nFWZd In the future: Refrigerator can generate menus Create and order grocery lists Oven can start cooking remotely
  • 10. More http://goo.gl/Ms9aLG http://goo.gl/g8kRNK http://goo.g
  • 11. WHAT IS WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY? http://goo.gl/G9C5w
  • 12. WHY? • Hands-free technology • Convenience • Lower costs for technology allow more creative solutions • Expectations of Consumers • More Data
  • 13. ATTACHABLE CAMERAS Image http://goo.gl/NQvWug
  • 14. Image http://goo.gl/DIQfO
  • 15. Image and more: http://goo.gl/4
  • 16. Full Graphic http://goo.gl/JT
  • 17. Source: http://goo.gl/rpWTmo What is Google Glass?
  • 18. FIT . • Adjustable nosepads • Durable frame fits any face. • Extra nosepads in two sizes Image & more: http://goo.gl/ddN
  • 19. DISPLAY High resolution display is 25 inch high definition screen from eight feet away. Image: http://goo.gl/4Du4
  • 20. CAMERA & AUDIO • Camera: Photos - 5 MP; Videos - 720p • Audio: Bone Conduction Transducer
  • 21. SPECS • Connectivity: Wi-Fi - 802.11b/g; Bluetooth • Storage: 12 GB of usable memory, synced with Google cloud storage. 16 GB Flash total. • Battery: One day of typical use. Some features, like video recording, are more battery intensive. • Charger: Included Micro USB cable and charger. Image: http://goo.gl/CvBC2
  • 22. WHAT CAN GLASS DO? Image: http://goo.gl/pQftkZ
  • 23. WHAT CAN GLASS DO?
  • 24. WHAT CAN GLASS DO?
  • 25. SCREENCASTI NG
  • 26. WHAT CAN GLASS DO?
  • 27. HOW DOES IT WORK? Image - http://goo.gl/4nd
  • 28. Full infographic: http://goo.gl/u4
  • 29. Full infographic: http://goo.gl/u4
  • 30. VOICE COMMANDS
  • 31. MYGLASS APP
  • 32. APPS • All the Cooks • CNN • Elle Magazine • Evernote • Facebook • Fieldtrip • FourSquare • New York Times • OpenTable • Twitter • Tumblr • Word Lens More Apps @ http://goo.gl/l87e4v; http://glass-apps.org/google-glass-ap
  • 33. https://scv-slide.appspot.c
  • 34. OTHER APPS
  • 35. Time to try on a pair. 
  • 36. GOOGLE GLASS IN THE WILD http://goo.gl/W4kVV
  • 37. http://goo.gl/8k6Vo
  • 38. http://goo.gl/aJeie
  • 39. http://goo.gl/SfdaX
  • 40. Article - http://goo.gl/nJ04go
  • 41. • Real Time Metrics • Access to data • Video Capture – hands free • The company says customers are given customized versions of Glass that disable consumer-facing apps which are believed to send information to Google's servers. The idea is to have all information stay within the enterprise and not going back to Google’s servers. In addition, a custom dictionary is believed to be added to the platform to help Glass’s voice recognition platform understand energy industry-specific firms (though Wearable Intelligence refused to confirm this). As Feiger put it, “You just can’t expect Glass to work out-of-box in an oil field.” http://goo.gl/AkFz0
  • 42. POLICE DEPARTMENTS http://goo.gl/wlf6UU http://goo.gl/Kwdnjz
  • 43. FLIGHT ATTENDANTS http://goo.gl/qqqg6
  • 44. http://goo.gl/xh46Wi
  • 45. GOOGLE GLASS IN LIBRARIES
  • 46. •Part of Technology Collection for students •Researching - library staff to fulfill patron scanning requests directly from the library stacks •Assisting students with disabilities •Enhance Classroom Instruction http://goo.gl/xb7pTM
  • 47. •begun a pilot program to make the wearable computer available to researchers on campus as part of our Technology Lending Service. http://goo.gl/7yO3a
  • 48. POTENTIAL USES FOR GLASS IN LIBRARIES? • Check out items • Look up Information • Look up User Data • Navigate Libraries • Locate Materials • Translate Materials • Training Aid • What else? • http://goo.gl/hDwwz5 Marcellus library - http://goo.gl/O41
  • 49. WHAT USES DO YOU FOR GOOGLE GLASS AND OTHER WEARABLE TECH?
  • 50. WEARABLE TECH AND PRIVACY
  • 51. SELLING METADATA Image from
  • 52. ISSUE #1: KEEPING YOUR DATA PRIVATE
  • 53. ISSUE #2: RESPECTING OTHERS PRIVACY
  • 54. ETIQUETTE: THE DOS AND DON’TS
  • 55. BANNING GOOGLE GLASS John Stewart: http://goo.gl/CHyT http://goo.gl/KTJTmM
  • 56. GOOGLE GLASS ALTERNATIVES
  • 57. ALTERNATIVES TO GOOGLE GLASS Product Page http://goo.gl/Bvbomc Image from http://go Android Based Vuzix M100
  • 58. RECON JET http://goo.gl/9dgsWV
  • 59. “ ” HIGHER EDUCATION IS AN IMPORTANT AREA FOR EXPERIMENTATION WITH GLASS AND OTHER WEARABLES, NOT ONLY BECAUSE THEY ENHANCE TEACHING, BUT BECAUSE THEY HELP US UNDERSTAND HOW WE SHOULD BEST INTERACT WITH AND INCORPORATE THESE TECHNOLOGIES INTO OUR SOCIETY'S FUTURE. Melissa Woo, Vice Provost for Information Services and CIO at the University of Oregon and an early Google Glass Explorer stresses that higher education has a vital role to play in the field of wearable computing, that goes beyond just using the technology. (from Huffington Post Article - http://goo.gl/hDwwz5
  • 60. WHEN DOES WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY GO MAINSTREAM? Image http://goo.gl/k3z2
  • 61. WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO BECOME MAINSTREAM? • Availability/Cost • Ease of Use • Solves a Need
  • 62. Diana Silveira Novare Library Services diana@novarelibrary.com 877-816-9638 Slideshare.net/dee987 Delicious.com/dee987/googleglass