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  • 1. Introducing Google Glass

2. AGENDA What is Google Glass? What is the Internet of Things? All About Google Glass Uses for Google Glass Google Glass & libraries? Privacy The Future 3. What is Google Glass? Wearable computer with OHMD (OpticalHead-Mounted Display) Displays information in an augmentedreality format that users can interact withusing voice commands. Glass can be used as a Bluetoothheadset with any Bluetooth compatiblephone/tablet.Source: http://goo.gl/rpWTmo 4. http://goo.gl/X4do2k 5. WHAT IS IT?The Internet of Things (IoT) is a scenario in which objects, animals or peopleare provided with unique identifiers and the ability to automatically transferdata over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computerinteraction. IoT has evolved from the convergenceof wireless technologies, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and theInternet. source http://goo.gl/V52Y6r 6. WIRED HOMESImage: http://goo.gl/uWMORULots more at: http://www.wired.com/tag/smart-home/ 7. CONTROL YOUR LIGHTS/ AIR CONDITIONER 8. http://myplantlink.com/ 9. http://goo.gl/nFWZdVIn the future:Refrigerator can generate menusCreate and order grocery listsOven can start cooking remotely 10. WEARABLEShttp://goo.gl/G9C5wb 11. More http://goo.gl/Ms9aLG http://goo.gl/g8kRNK http://goo.gl/Hy6Wvt 12. http://goo.gl/ksGZWr 13. WHY? Hands-free technology Convenience Lower costs fortechnology allow morecreative solutions Expectations ofConsumers More Data 14. WEARABLE TECHNOLOGYhttp://makezine.com http://goo.gl/4Na3vB - Becky Stern and Adafruit 15. LIFESAVING WEARABLESBiostamp can be affixed to any part of the body. Its sensors can monitor temperature, movement, heart rate and more, andtransmit this data wirelessly back to patients and their clinicians.Images and Fast Company Article - http://goo.gl/Yfnjvp 16. REWALKhttp://goo.gl/EqWqDc 17. ATTACHABLE CAMERASImage http://goo.gl/NQvWug 18. Image http://goo.gl/DIQfOn 19. Image and more: http://goo.gl/4I3Yl8 20. http://goo.gl/jC8YPMVirtual surgery gets real 21. http://www.theverge.com/a/virtual-reality/timeline 22. http://wideo.co/blog/imagining-wearable-technology-in-the-classroom/ 23. http://wideo.co/blog/imagining-wearable-technology-in-the-classroom/ 24. Full Graphic http://goo.gl/JT4FK 25. What is Google Glass?Source: http://goo.gl/rpWTmo 26. FIT. Adjustable nosepads Durable frame fits anyface. Extra nosepads in twosizesImage & more: http://goo.gl/ddNKm2 27. DISPLAYHigh resolution display is25 inch high definitionscreen from eight feetaway.Image: http://goo.gl/4Du4eE 28. CAMERA &AUDIO Camera: Photos - 5MP; Videos - 720p Audio: BoneConductionTransducer 29. SPECS Connectivity: Wi-Fi - 802.11b/g;Bluetooth Storage: 12 GB of usable memory,synced with Google cloud storage. 16 GBFlash total. Battery: One day of typical use. Somefeatures, like video recording, are morebattery intensive. Charger: Included Micro USB cable andcharger.Image: http://goo.gl/CvBC2 30. WHAT CAN GLASS DO?Image: http://goo.gl/pQftkZ 31. SCREENCASTING 32. INSTANT TRANSLATIONS 33. APPS All the Cooks CNN Elle Magazine Evernote Facebook Fieldtrip FourSquare Livestream New York Times OpenTable RedLaser Twitter Tumblr Word Lens 34. VOICE COMMANDS 35. MYGLASS APP 36. PELIGRO ! 37. https://scv-slide.appspot.com/ 38. OTHER APPSMore Apps @ http://goo.gl/l87e4v; http://glass-apps.org/google-glass-application-listHow to side load: http://googleglassfans.com/archives/3054/sideload-google-glass-apps-windows/ 39. HOW DOES ITWORK?Image - http://goo.gl/4ndFvd 40. Full infographic: http://goo.gl/u41CKy 41. Full infographic: http://goo.gl/u41CKy 42. Time to try on apair. 43. GOOGLE GLASS IN THE WILDhttp://goo.gl/W4kVV 44. http://goo.gl/8k6Vo4 45. http://goo.gl/aJeie8 46. http://goo.gl/SfdaXB 47. Article - http://goo.gl/nJ04go 48. Real Time Metrics Access to data Video Capture hands free Custom Dictionaries and databaseshelp create enterprise solutionshttp://goo.gl/AkFz06 49. POLICE DEPARTMENTShttp://goo.gl/wlf6UUhttp://goo.gl/Kwdnjz 50. FLIGHT ATTENDANTShttp://goo.gl/qqqg6i 51. http://goo.gl/xh46Wi 52. GOOGLE GLASS IN LIBRARIES 53. Part of Technology Collection for studentsResearching - library staff to fulfill patron scanningrequests directly from the library stacks Assisting students with disabilities Enhance Classroom Instruction Enhance Research Processhttp://goo.gl/xb7pTM 54. begun a pilot program to make the wearablecomputer available to researchers on campus aspart of our Technology Lending Service.http://goo.gl/7yO3aN 55. POTENTIAL USES FORGLASS IN LIBRARIES? Check out items Look up Information Look up User Data Navigate Libraries Locate Materials Translate Materials Training Aid What else? http://goo.gl/hDwwz5Marcellus library - http://goo.gl/O41Bfv 56. WHAT USES DO YOU FOR GOOGLE GLASS ANDOTHER WEARABLE TECH? 57. WEARABLE TECH ANDPRIVACY 58. SELLING METADATAImage from http://goo.gl/oH6Vmj 59. ISSUE #1:KEEPING YOUR DATA PRIVATEPrivacy Laws, Wearables & Lobbyists: http://goo.gl/a6Umi2 60. ISSUE #2: RESPECTING OTHERS PRIVACY 61. ETIQUETTE:THE DOS ANDDONTS 62. BANNING GOOGLE GLASSJohn Stewart: http://goo.gl/CHyTZyhttp://goo.gl/KTJTmM 63. GOOGLE GLASS ALTERNATIVES 64. Product Page http://goo.gl/Bvbomc Image from http://goo.gl/5jHT8tAndroid BasedVuzix M100 65. RECONJEThttp://goo.gl/9dgsWV 66. BAIDU EYEPictures and Article @ http://goo.gl/OcEd4z 67. HIGHER EDUCATION IS AN IMPORTANT AREA FOREXPERIMENTATION WITH GLASS AND OTHERWEARABLES, NOT ONLY BECAUSE THEY ENHANCETEACHING, BUT BECAUSE THEY HELP US UNDERSTANDHOW WE SHOULD BEST INTERACT WITH ANDINCORPORATE THESE TECHNOLOGIES INTO OURSOCIETY'S FUTURE.Melissa Woo, Vice Provost for Information Services and CIO at the University ofOregon and an early Google Glass Explorer stresses that higher education has avital role to play in the field of wearable computing, that goes beyond just usingthe technology. (from Huffington Post Article - http://goo.gl/hDwwz5 68. THE FUTURE OF GLASS 69. MORE FASHIONABLE, MORE COMMON, MORE INTEGRATED INTO OUR DAILY LIVEShttp://goo.gl/R2PLUl 70. Image http://goo.gl/k3z2rmWHEN DOES WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY GO MAINSTREAM? 71. WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO BECOME MAINSTREAM? Availability/Cost Ease of Use Solves a Need 72. Diana SilveiraNovare Library [email protected]/dee987Delicious.com/dee987/googleglass