Google Glass Study

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Google Glass Study

  1. 1. Google Glass Study Tony Lee (tonylee@motherapp.com)
  2. 2. Hardware • Photos: 5MP, Video: 720p • WiFi/Bluetooth • Free Storage: 12GB • Battery: <1 day • Gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer • Ambient light sensor, proximity sensor
  3. 3. Software & Other • Software • • • OS: Android 4.0 MyGlass app (for GPS & SMS): Android 4.0.3+ Price (USD): $1,500 for explorer
  4. 4. Type of interaction
  5. 5. Cards?
  6. 6. Cards?
  7. 7. Inputs • Touch Gestures • Voice Input • Location & Sensors • Camera
  8. 8. Touch Gestures • Swipe forward & back • Swipe down: back / turn display off • Tap: activate glass / select a card
  9. 9. Voice Input • “OK glass, …” • Question: Can I customize it for internal use?
  10. 10. Location • Must work with Android phone or tablet
  11. 11. Sensors Supported Unsupported • Accelerometer • Orientation • Gravity • Ambient Temperature • Gyroscope • Pressure • Light • Proximity • Linear Acceleration • Relative Humidity • Magnetic Field • Temperature • Rotation Vector
  12. 12. Camera • Photo taking triggered by • • • photo taking button or “intent” (software-triggered) Question: Is preview necessary to take picture?
  13. 13. Outputs • Display • Audio • Vibration
  14. 14. Display • One side only • Equivalent to 25 inch display from 8 feet away
  15. 15. Audio • Bone Conduction Transducer • Almost inaudible to others
  16. 16. Applications
  17. 17. Interactive AR
  18. 18. QR Scanner • Show cards when QR code detected
  19. 19. iBeacon • Question: iBeacon in Google Glass? • wait until Android 4.3 on Google Glass
  20. 20. More… • Any other?
  21. 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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