Google, Take My Money – Google Glass Edition
I have been following Project Glass since it was only a rumor. Now that it is out and in the hands of consumers as a part of the Glass “Explorers” program (Google has something against me, because I applied for the program) I am getting very anxious. The Explorers can review it all day long but it’s not going to matter to me until I can get a pair on my giant head. This type of technology, technology of the future, is all about personal interactions with the devices. It’s like the classic question: “Should I get this or that?” It’s up to you to decide. It’s all about what you do that matters, and that changes person to person. My Canon 5D Mark III takes incredible pictures and I wouldn’t want to take professional pictures on anything else, but would I recommend it to someone who takes casual pictures of their food? Absolutely not, thats what an iPhones for. So I leave you with this: Think of ways new tech can help you out in everyday life. Whether it improves work output or helps share moments with family members across the country, its use could be drastically different person to person. In my opinion Glass is the next big step in tech. This is the cell phone and CD player of its time.
P.S. If i’m wrong about new tech, and it just ends up being the next Skynet, I apologize in advance.