Google Glass wearers could soon be dancing

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Recent media reports have said that these augmented reality glasses will soon come with tech to teach dance moves. It may be true that Google Glass was shut down and tossed onto the back burner, not too long ago, but recent reports are suggesting that this wearable technology is far from finished, as it may soon have a new feature available that will teach its users to dance in real time. The AR glasses will soon be bringing a concept similar to “Dance Dance Revolution” to its offerings. The report…

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Autistic children could use Google Glass app to boost social skills

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The application for the wearable technology may also assist these kids in improving the ability to communicate. Brain Power, a startup based in Massachusetts, is now in the process of developing an app for Google Glass that will assist autistic children in being able to learn both communication and social skills. The Glass app would also offer caregivers some vital feedback about how they can help the autistic child to cope in life. The Google Glass app is called the Empowered Brain Suite for Autism, and it works by encouraging…

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Is Google Glass ever going to be something consumers want?

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Many developers are starting to think that this wearable technology has already seen its 15 minutes of fame. The Google Glass wearables have been making appearances at high profile events and have been making technology news headlines as they cause governments and companies to rethink the types of regulations that they have in place – such as for drivers or movie goers. However, many in the industry are starting to ask whether these wearables will ever truly be desirable to consumers. It’s true that Google Glass has found a few…

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Mobile app designed for Google Glass reads facial expressions

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The application is supposed to be able to provide real time detection of human emotions. Scientists in Germany have now developed a new mobile app specifically for Google Glass that is meant to be able to conduct an analysis of facial expressions in order to provide real time detection of emotions. The SHORE real time facial detection and analysis software has now been adapted for these augmented reality headsets. The SHORE mobile app was created by researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits. It is the first application of…

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Google Glass theft video goes viral

Google Glass Theft video

A man took off with Mike Geller’s wearable technology and live streamed the rest of his day. One of the Explorers of Google Glass, Mike Geller was recording his day as a tourist in New York City through the use of the device, when a stranger asked him if he could try on the wearable technology. Immediately, the thief took off with the augmented reality glasses, unaware that he was streaming the full day. While Geller’s Google Glass device recorded the thief’s movements throughout his entire day through the LiveLens…

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App could bring a new twist to mobile commerce through Google Glass

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Bitcoin and mobile commerce are beginning to mingle Google Glass has been gaining a great deal of attention for its use of augmented reality, but the platform may also be used to process mobile payments in the future. Typically, smartphones and tablets are the only devices that are used to make mobile payments, but RedBottle Design, a software firm based in New York, has recently developed a new application that could bring mobile payments to Google Glass. The application is aptly called GlassPay and is designed to leverage bitcoin as…

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