QR code Google Glass APP
What people are saying about a possible QR code Glass APP :
#ifihadglass I would develop an app to automatically scan QR code with matching products in our product database used in building industry.
#ifihadglass I can open url on my device pointing a QR-code in the real world! (Very Quick Response!)
#ifihadglass I would develop a software management application for system administrator /engineers, using QR codes or visual tags to quickly identify a physical server in a data center and get all relevant information about that server, including services status, current configuration, cpu / network load, software versions, patches, hardware specs, etc.
#ifihadglass As a Stanford student studying optics, photonics, and computer science, I would develop numerous real-time augmented reality applications specifically for glass. For example, I will implement background processes that range from automatically detecting QR codes to calculating the trajectory of your next putt while playing golf.
#ifihadglass I would develop software to use with an Android tablet that would allow freight and shipping companies to do away with there big heavy scanners for use with package delivery and shipment receipt as well as inventory tracking at the warehouse using QR codes or similar visual ID tags.
#ifihadglass Large event planning and management is a pain. Not only do event coordinators have to plan the entirety of the event including transportation, ticketing, food, timings, etc., but they also have to be sure that every person is kept in the loop about change of plans.Imagine being able to say “OK Glass, let the door greeters know that the second bus is running early” and having that notification being pushed straight to every event manager who subscribes to those keywords.I would work with Eventbrite to add scanning integration right to my Glass interface. Rather than fumbling with your phone, the ticket handler would able to simply look at the ticket, have it scan the QR code, and verify entrance.Only #ifihadglass
Introducing ‘CreditGlass’, the evolution of credit card. The fastest and most convenient way to pay for online or real products using Glass. A QR code identifies the item and glass adds it to your cart. Purchase confirmation goes to the merchant’s android app running on a smartphone/PoS.Only #ifihadglass
#ifihadglass, I would read QR codes off of electrical connectors, scan a database for the connector and then present the connector pin-out. The presented image would be allowed to rotate based on the position of the connector that was scanned via image recognition so everything is oriented the same.
#ifihadglass I’d build an app that helps manage attention by constantly watching for certain images/logos/QR codes and listening for certain words/song snippets so that whenever the image or sound is triggered, I’ll know to look up to investigate or join the conversation.
#ifIhadglass Google Glass would bring a new level of market transparency and consumer awareness by linking consumers to the origins of products they purchase. QR codes on product labels would link directly to stories, images, and videos of farmers and/or producers from around the world to improve fair trade practices.
#ifihadglass – Part nutritionist, part gym buddy. Track your daily diet by scanning barcodes, reading any QRcode, or searching food fact lists. Take advantage of the pedometer functionality for daily step counts or advance workouts leveraging the accelerometer. Calculating caloric burn and video examples.
#ifihadglass track how many times people with dementia take their pills – QR codes on bottles could build personalized DB or available pills with shapes and colors, then match real time
#ifihadglass Identify constellations, Google search, Google Now, film Disney space mountain, play tennis, locate friends and places, share my vision with friends, use in correlation with computer, scan barcodes/QR codes, learn to mix drinks and play instruments, skydive + Google Hangouts, travel, wear it for fashion, play games, augment myself.
#ifihadglass As a healthcare benefit consultant I would link my glasses to the healthcare benefit app we created that uses ICD and QR codes allowing patients to know in real time at the Doctor’s office what procedures are subject to their deductible, how the procedures are being billed, offering alternatives, and allowing them to keep a personal health record. This (we hope) would help the majority of plan participants avoid unknown costs and reduce healthcare related bankruptcies.
#ifihadglass omg, so much to do with them…first to set up workspace that is massively enhanced with augmented reality, machine readable codes (QR, bar codes). I see already how much easier my everyday workflow can be…
#IfIHadGlass I’ll use it to scan bar-codes on every single thing then to look up info,prices and reviews. #IfIHadGlass Data Matrix s and QR Codes,RFIDs will become more fun to deal with ! #IfIHadGlass I’ll capture every VISUAL QUESTION….will get ALL DIGITAL ANSWERS :D
#ifihadglass parts for some-assembly-required products would but dotted with QR-Code stickers that display assembly instructions before my eyes.
#ifihadglass QR Code implementation for interactive promotion and links on the go.
#ifihadglass I’d build a QR code and/or barcode scanner into glass so that glass can instantly scan any QR code and/or barcode on command and display the embedded info. Furthermore, I will implement a comparison shopping module to provide instant comparison shopping by sight.
#ifihadglass I would build an app that can scan QR codes and bar codes. I can see so much that can be done with them. I would probably travel the world using every feature they offer on my journey. In return I would most likely get even better ideas for apps that could be built using Glasses.
#IfIHadGlass Remember those cool earphones at the Museum that would tell you about the exhibit when you type in the code. I would love to be able to use Glass to really improve and enhance that experience, with the use of a Glass, QR Code, and QR code reader
#ifihadglass I was thinking about this, and I decided that it would be a great tool for home automation, or automation in general. A QR code reader and a custom website could allow you to control web-enabled devices.Expanding it into other Google products, home automation is where I could have seen the failed Nexus Q shine. Tied into a homes wireless network, and with the addition of some wireless speakers and microphones (or using Google Glass as an input), it could use the voice recognition platform used for Google Now. Enabling voice commands from any room in the house and receiving a response to them is very reminiscent of the computer interface from Star Trek: The Next Generation (though without the need for a Self-Destruct Mechanism)
#ifihadglass , I don’t have to carry those encyclopedia with me since I can capture the QR code associate with each exhibit and get all the related text, videos or pictures…etc.
#ifihadglass I would brave the dark, finally use QR codes, and check my six…come see what I mean at http://ifihadglass.es
#ifihadglass I would integrate this with our QRcode Enterprise solution to offer instant additional information about an object (product, location, situation etc.).
#ifihadglass I would cover my hackerspace in AR tokens and QR codes to display safety and tutorial information on how to use equipment and cool projects.
#ifihadglass I would create an announcement system external to glass that prompts glass to display relevant information. For example, a store could announce a sale and glass would hear the announcement and display the information the store wants to advertise. Audio qr codes.
#ifihadglass Showing the real-time news and my SNS information in front of me,also driving directions and other information I need. i.e. QR code, shopping assistance, or even do my ole glasses job,etc.
#ifihadglass I’d put QR codes all over my environment and write an app to read QR codes and perform actions. A few example actions:Unlock computers by looking at them with optional voice verification.Unlock doors when approached.Turn lights and fans on/off.A QR code sticker on my wrist to show the time.QR codes displayable within applications (or a screensaver) so glass can automatically communicate and display additional relevant/contextual data.
I am a production chemist in a medical device company. #ifihadglass, I would attach QR codes to equipment and materials and have Glass check for those out of calibration or expired, respectively. More HUD-style data means less mistakes and less time spent de-gowning to get to a computer.
#ifihadglass I’d build an authentication protocol that derives human pronounceable pass-phrase signatures from an HMAC of a QR code (or other input). This pass-phrase would only be displayed to an authenticated wearer and would be verifiable by a trusted third party. #mobileAuth
#ifihadglass: I will use this glass for taking pictures and videos and sharing in social web sites, stock/share markets, QR/bar code reader, sending and receiving emails, texts, driving directions, playing music, video chats with my family in India N explore the world of possibilities.
#ifihadglass IT Helper. I work for a large retailer with many servers (multiple datacenters), desktops, monitors, etc. Management is hard. Want to add QR codes to all hardware. When camera picks up a code it will provide information on Glass like IPs, Specs, Assigned Employee, Hardware State and History, etc.
#ifihadglass ,i think there’s a good way to login user’s account in glass: your guys bulid an application,login the account and then it will printed a QR code on the screen,use your glass to take the picture,then,your account’s actived!
#ifihadglass I would use AR to make meatspace games easier to play. Imagine multiplayer xbox card games with QR codes for cards so each person only sees their own cards. Imagine kids playing cops and robbers, but registering “hits” from bokke code enabled toy guns. Imagine meat space scavenger hunts where the items are only visible in glass.
#ifihadglass I prospect for gold and metal detect for treasures in Maine. And soon I will be adding ghost hunting to the list. I am also a big QR Code fan and would love to see how the combination of Glass and QR could be developed.
#ifihadglass I would setup context dependent augmentations to help me during my daily activities.* Attach RFID to wallet, keys, etc. Get reminders if I am about to leave the house without them. Get alerts if they get out of range if I’m anywhere else.* Track daily activity: Driving, walking, standing, sitting, bicycling, so I can keep track of what I spend my time doing* When looking at monitors: Reminder to glance away every 10-15min to help save my eyes* When at work: Live map of our server room with locations of machines and status of their services* When eating: Record what I’ve eaten and approximate calore/nutrional value (This could be offered as a service, imagine having a QR code come with your meal)The list could go on…
#ifihadglass If I had Glass, I would use it to prevent world domination of the Ingress shapers, dodge heavy traffic jams, follow lecture notes while watching the professor, make use of QR codes, clean out my inbox, and explore the limitations of augmented reality.
For the love of god has everyone seen this yet!? craps pants #ifIhadglass I’d also love bring it to my job at the +University of Kentucky so we could tinker with it before it got put out to the masses. Could we do QR code recognition with it etc? All kinds of neat questions to be asked about the actual product!
#ifihadglass Augmented Reality. Start with QR codes that would display 3d images, work towards a location based Augmented Reality system. End it all off with a geocaching plugin.
#ifihadglass i would make an app that takes a pic of qr codes and searches the web for the best price or websites!
#ifihadglass I’d walk the street and take little snapshots of life, augmented. I’d developed little reminders I’d leave around my house on QR codes. And I’d document what it is like to be a trial lawyer.
I work in a retail showroom, if I had glass I could look at a sales tag with a qr code and have all the information at my “eyeballs”. But I’m a poor retail salesperson that cannot afford $1500, meh. #ifihadglass
#IfIHadGlass I would stick QR codes on all my doors and had web APIs to open and close locks as I look at and walk up to doors. Very Star Trek… with shweep-ing noises and all… woo!
+Project Glass #ifihadglass I would build an app that could retrieve information from a QR code and display it. I would then put these QR codes on landmarks so everyone using glass could learn more about the places they visit! I have the development ability to do this, just need a glass!
If I was a glass explorer, one of the ways I’d try to implement usage is in my job as a parts salesman. It could prove invaluable in quickly finding a part, using a qr code or some other easy id for the location. Just walk down the aisle, and there it is. #ifihadglass
I would be able to scan QR codes just by looking at them #ifihadglass
#ifihadglass I would develop a glass “package” system in which developers or customers could create a glass package of information, video, photos, text, etc tied to (verified) GPS coordinates or a scan-able QR code.The packages would be similar to the way websites are registered and accessed today.
#ifihadglass I’d work on augmented reality applications around shopping and advertising, such as being able to look at a QR code or barcode and see additional information about a product, compare prices, check your shopping list, coupons, etc. Also interested in facial/object recognition, conversation dictation/search, etc. I work for a digital marketing agency as Labs director and they would ‘fund’ me to work on this during regular work hours. ;)
Never type a Wi-Fi password again! Coffee shops could use QR codes to communicate the Wi-Fi password to their customers’ devices #ifihadglass
If I had Google Glass, I would create an interface that linked documents I am viewing on my computer and “send them” to Google Glass (using QR codes as the linking cue). Would be great for #eDiscovery document reviews in the legal industry. #ifihadglass
I had the idea to use AR on top of qr codes to play a ‘monster hunter’ game. I looked at doing this with phones but there were some size limitations. Glass seems like the perfect tool for the job, and much less cumbersome. Please don’t steal my idea, World. #ifihadglass
#ifihadglass, I would push them to the limits. My first app would involve ecom and interactive QR codes that aid in the shoppers experience.
#IfIHadGlass – I would use it all the awake time and while shopping it would be useful in scanning the QR code/bar code and get the complete info /review of the items.
#ifihadglass Glass displays the ranking and reviews of the product it identified by the QR code or anything else, also shows the alternatives, online options, coupons etc
+Project Glass If I had a Glass, I would use it to create an Augmented Reality Application for server management. Imagine being able to look at a label or QR code on a Server Enclosure and view ALL of the statistics of the server (Hardware/Software/SNMP Alerts). It would be a system admins dream.#ifihadglass