Our Google GLASS has arrived

April 25, 2014

MichiganLabs received a special delivery of Google GLASS last week. As a team, we will be testing and developing for the new technology. Feel free to follow this page for more updates and ideas.


/ Our first reaction to Google GLASS was how well it fit. The device did not seem bulky or too heavy. After using it for several hours we noticed a slight weight but it is an experience that we could get used to.
/ The apps developed to date are lacking. There are only about 20 apps to choose from for GLASS. This is part of the reason why we are excited to begin developing apps for GLASS. The opportunity is wide open to provide real value to users.
Mark Johnson
Mark Johnson
Co-founder & Managing Partner

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