#ifihadglass I’d create a heads-up display that connects my smartphone, my vehicle, and myself like never before. I’d create an app that shows my speed, rpms, and fuel consumption. I’d mash it up with GPS data and the music I was streaming. It would revolutionize car displays.
#ifihadglass I would create an app for Google glass that would display the estimated probability of something occurring based on identifying what the person was looking at with Google glass. An example: If you look at a car, the app would provide the probability of getting in a car accident.
#ifihadglass Develop an app that tells you if there’s enough space between cars for your car to fit. #parallelparking
#ifihadglass I would love to see how we could unobtrusively allow car performance monitoring (similar to the Android application Torque) unobtrusively, car navigation, and maybe some fun stuff whilst doing computer work or programming! =3~
#ifihadglass I would do two things – create an application that would help vision impaired individuals to see their surrondings – face recognization to find their friends at a bar, motion to identify oncoming cars when crossing street or when something crosses in front of them. The other app would be a trip though time. See an area like it was millions of years ago, like an immersive historic Google Earth.
#ifihadglass I would create a find your car app which would allow to be safe in a parking lot without looking at the phone and taking full advantage of glass’s AR capabilities
#IfIHadGlass If I had Glass, as a software developer, I would create an app that allows a user to easily, quickly connect to experienced professionals for assistance with life events – like preparing for a new baby, adjusting to married life, etc – and with major purchases – like buying a car or house.
#ifihadglass 1) I would write an application to mark the car parked location in mall or airport, and project the direction of parked car onto glass to get the location of parked car. 2) Using Glass camera to detect unique gestures to accept, reject, calls, navigate browser or apps. 3) Using Glass camera to send the person’s face to cloud to fast facial recognition in identifying person.
#ifihadglass I would develop a module to work in conjunction with my app Car Finder AR which has already been in #googleplay for more than 3 years already. This app lets users find their parked car using augmented reality.
#ifihadglass develop app to remember where things are kept which I always forget for example car keys, wallet, office badge, TV remote. If I show picture of car keys, it should show where the car keys are? glass with speaker is complete eyes to blind people.
#ifihadglass, mytracks app would be exactly where I need it for my intense car racing events. Knowing the next turn at extremely fast adrenaline pumping speeds is important. Everyone could see how truly amazing racing a STI in rally events and a Corvette in road race and autoX events is.
#ifihadglass Would integrate Glass into CopTrax.net first-responder video/audio recording system. Presently available as in-car video for law enforcement, Glass’ wearable video/audio capability along with monitor interface would extend functionality to a viable out-of-car recording device. This would greatly expand the system’s safety application to fire, EMS, TSA, etc. http://youtu.be/ZQGPrYyZ4SA
#ifihadglass I would integrate +Orpix vehicle recognition technology to develop a Glass car shopping application. If a Glass user is at a car dealership or car show, for example, continuous mode would be enabled, and when a car is detected, the price, reviews, and other information would be displayed. (See Sample Video below)
#ifihadglass I would show the world exciting drives and in depth tutorials in sports cars from a first person experience. More specifically, my modded Toyota Celica. I would also show the world how even a 16 year can old (me) can develop and publish over 37 apps for the Google Play store and several other stores, and so can anyone else who puts the time and effort into it.
#IfIHadGlass , I could take traffic detection to another level! Imagine no longer having to decipher a purple or red bar on WAZE, or being disappointed when the Google Maps route has traffic — because you can actually see other Google Glass’s users pictures that are taken when speeds on a freeway dip below 50 MPH!
All the apps say there was traffic — but it looks from this minute-ago snapshot that there are no more cars in front of this guy! Must’ve cleared up!
Oh no, an accident! I can help other Glass users avoid this in the next seconds just by saying “Ok, glass. Report new traffic at my location.”, which will send off a picture of the brake lights now in front of me.