If you haven’t heard about it already, Google’s latest technological wonder is Google Glass. They released a few prototypes that could be purchased for $1500 each back on April 15th, and a more affordable consumer version will be available later this year.
i5 web works has donated one of the $1500 Google Glass prototypes to be auctioned off at this year’s GRACE Gala. The renowned GRACE Gala experience will have remarkable gourmet foods and fine wines, great music and dancing. It’s a wonderful, fun evening for a noble cause, and one lucky tech-aficionado will go home with the very latest in “wearable technology” from Google. So what can you do with Google Glass?
In one sentence, Google Glass is a pair of glasses that act as a wearable computer. In reality, what you can do with it will be almost limitless. It’ll have an app store that third-party developers can use to create any app they can imagine.
In terms of wearing Google Glass, there’s not all that much to it. In fact, it’s just like wearing a heavy pair of glasses.
But what you want to know is what it’s going to do. Here’s what some have to say:
Most of those features are confirmed, and a couple are hypothetical. The cool thing about Glass? All these new features are real or very possible, and it hasn’t even been released to the public yet!
Look for the consumer version at the very end of this year, or the beginning of 2015, and be sure to attend the GRACE Gala this year for a chance to win the prototype!
Only a few companies do it all – The Whole Shebang – and mix these services together, similar to a recipe to achieve the best possible results. i5 is one of those. We can provide each element as a standalone, just Social Media, and do it very well and tie one to another to achieve the best in overall marketing.