New York Times Glass APP

New York Times Google Glass APP

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installation: New York Times

 

Google reveals Glass apps: New York Times, Evernote, Gmail, and Pathifihadglass Google reveals Glass apps: New York Times, Evernote, Gmail, and Path http://www.theverge.com/2013/3/11/4091426/google-teases-path-skitch-new-york-times-on-project-glass

 

#ifihadglass Google reveals Glass apps: New York Times, Evernote, Gmail, and Path

 

 

SXSW: Reading the New York Times on Google Glass | EW.comAt SXSW – Reading the New York Times on Google Glass! – “…Google Sr. Developer Advocate Timothy Jordan showed how Glass wearers would be able to scan headlines from the New York Times: Images overlayed with text appear in a timeline – essentially a horizontal scroll of notification “cards” floating in the user’s peripheral vision.

 

At SXSW – Reading the New York Times on Google Glass! – “…Google Sr. Developer Advocate Timothy Jordan showed how Glass wearers would be able to scan headlines from the New York Times: Images overlayed with text appear in a timeline — essentially a horizontal scroll of notification “cards” floating in the user’s peripheral vision. Tapping on a card reveals a secondary scroll of additional stories; by tapping the device or, apparently, nodding her head, the user can read a short summary of the story, or have the full text of the story read aloud.” …Read more:

SXSW: Reading the New York Times on Google GlassGoogle gave app developers (and curiosity seekers like us) a first look at how its eagerly awaited (by some) headset computer will serve up breaking news and integrate with popular apps and web services at a packed session at SXSW earlier today.

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Google GlassEdit: + Sarah Davis gave me permission to go a little nuts here. So if you're listening Google, I'll pony up for the hardware and plane tickets. :) Oh, man I wish that I could blow $1,500 and a trip to New York on this.

 

Edit: +Sarah Davis gave me permission to go a little nuts here. So if you’re listening Google, I’ll pony up for the hardware and plane tickets. :)Oh, man I wish that I could blow $1,500 and a trip to New York on this. I’ve been trying to think of a compelling application I could write for Glass for months now. Best I’ve come up with so far is Shazam for people’s voices or facial recognition. Something that you can surreptitiously trigger to identify who you’re talking to based upon a previously defined local database. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been at a family reunion wishing for that functionality.#ifihadglass