Posts Tagged ‘google glass’

Outta sight! The next Google Glass looks nothing like glasses

Remember Google Glass? That head-mounted computer resembling a pair of glassless eyeglasses? You are forgiven if you have forgotten. Google’s first attempt at ubiquitous computing sure had cachet when it went to market in the spring of 2014 and was dubbed the natural next step in digital-first design. That cachet disappeared less than a year […]

Much-maligned Google Glass will get a second chance

I tried on Google Glass a few times.  I wasn’t impressed.  Does that mean it’s an awful product?  No.  Does that mean it is not useful?  No.  So what happened? This week the Wall St. Journal reported that Google is not giving up on Google Glass.  Google acknowledges that it was a first generation product with some rough […]

Invitation from Google to become a Glass Explorer

Earlier this year, Google had launched +Project Glass contest and offered a unique opportunity to experience Google Glass in-person. I entered into the contest as well and my submissions can be found here. Approximately eight thousand winners were selected and I was not one of them. Recently, I received an email from “Glass Support” with an invitation to […]

Top 5 Healthcare Infographics of 2015

Perficient’s Top 5 Healthcare IT Blog Posts of 2013

It’s been an amazing year of breakthroughs and challenges in the Healthcare IT space. Let’s take a look back at our 5 most popular blog posts of 2013: 7 Healthcare Ideas for Google Glass – Martin Sizemore There was a lot of buzz around Google Glass this year, but in this post Martin Sizemore moves […]

Dreamforce: Developing for Google Glass

Maximiliano Firtman, author of the O’Reilly book, “jQuery Mobile” presented on some basics around development.  It was less a look at the development tools and more a look at the options for development and the paradigm you take into account.   He’s a a “Google Explorer” and has a chance to muck around with the […]

If I had Glass – I’d be giving Google more free marketing

Today Google released a new Glass video simulating (yes sorry to disappoint but its still a simulation video no matter how accurate the UI might be) what it is like to wear Google’s new augmented reality device Glass. One of the brilliant moves Google made with this video release is the announcement that they were […]