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Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
Google Glass Study
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Google Glass Study

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This slide shows some basic information of Google Glass. It also describes some common usage & applications of Google Glass.

This slide shows some basic information of Google Glass. It also describes some common usage & applications of Google Glass.

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  • 1. Google Glass Study Tony Lee (tonylee@motherapp.com)
  • 2. Hardware • Photos: 5MP, Video: 720p • WiFi/Bluetooth • Free Storage: 12GB • Battery: <1 day • Gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer • Ambient light sensor, proximity sensor
  • 3. Software & Other • Software • • • OS: Android 4.0 MyGlass app (for GPS & SMS): Android 4.0.3+ Price (USD): $1,500 for explorer
  • 4. Type of interaction
  • 5. Cards?
  • 6. Cards?
  • 7. Inputs • Touch Gestures • Voice Input • Location & Sensors • Camera
  • 8. Touch Gestures • Swipe forward & back • Swipe down: back / turn display off • Tap: activate glass / select a card
  • 9. Voice Input • “OK glass, …” • Question: Can I customize it for internal use?
  • 10. Location • Must work with Android phone or tablet
  • 11. Sensors Supported Unsupported • Accelerometer • Orientation • Gravity • Ambient Temperature • Gyroscope • Pressure • Light • Proximity • Linear Acceleration • Relative Humidity • Magnetic Field • Temperature • Rotation Vector
  • 12. Camera • Photo taking triggered by • • • photo taking button or “intent” (software-triggered) Question: Is preview necessary to take picture?
  • 13. Outputs • Display • Audio • Vibration
  • 14. Display • One side only • Equivalent to 25 inch display from 8 feet away
  • 15. Audio • Bone Conduction Transducer • Almost inaudible to others
  • 16. Applications
  • 17. Interactive AR
  • 18. QR Scanner • Show cards when QR code detected
  • 19. iBeacon • Question: iBeacon in Google Glass? • wait until Android 4.3 on Google Glass
  • 20. More… • Any other?
  • 21. Limitations • Cannot “forbid” people from escaping the app • Costly • Limited supply • Don’t know how the glass handles apps (e.g. how to force-close?)

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