We have about 4 months of first hand experience with Google Glass. There is a broad interest in the device. We had several dozens of talks with companies that want an app for Glass. And we gave a personal product demo to more than a 1.000 people at one of the conferences we presented or during internal company sessions.
The life of a Google Glass Explorer is great. A whole new world opens up. People love it. More than a 1,000 people have tried my Glass in the last three months. They all love it and think it is the future.
Since the beginning of this year Shareforce owns a Google Glass. As one of the first developers in the Netherlands we have been accepted into the Glass Explorer program and we have immediately seized that opportunity to start developing apps for Glass.
The development of Google Glass apps and experimenting with them was not possible for all developers up until now. Only people actually owning a Google Glass had access to the right credentials. But last week Google opened up. It can be therefore expected that more and more new apps will become available for Google Glass on a short term.
Google Glass is the next step towards the integration of technology into our daily lives. Since i first saw Google Glass in real life at the beginning of this year i can’t let go of the exciting idea to develop applications for it. But where do you start and how does it work? This article provides answers to some important questions about Google Glass and apps.
Yesterday I visited The Next Web conference. It had a lot of speakers and about 2.000 visitors. But what impressed me the most was the possibility to see a Google Glass first hand. And even more the enthusiastic reactions of the crowd to the device.