|Pearl Harbor Survivor Wears Google Glass for First Tine|
Here are five ways Explorers could use Google Glass to enhance someone's life.
1. Side load Google Sky Map. Take it to a Nursing Home or Veterans Home and let someone see the stars. If you don't know what 'side load' means, ask a fellow Glass Explorer in a Google Glass Community.
2. Volunteer for a Hero Tour that takes aging and terminally ill veterans to see their memorials. Go to a location a veteran might want to see, join a Google+ Hangout via Glass and walk through their memorial live in real time. Recently, Veterans United used Google Glass to show Pearl Harbor Survivors the USS Arizona on the anniversary of the attacks.
3. Open a Hangout from your face and invite someone to experience Paris with you via Glass.
4. Volunteer to record a friend's wedding from the audience's perspective, a view the wedding videographer would not have been able to capture.
5. Share it. Glass is the "model T" of wearable computers and people don't yet understand how to drive it. Every time I speak, host an event or teach a class, I wear Glass and allow other individuals to try it on. Most of the people who try on Glass, especially in other countries, have this reaction.
5. +1: Don't be a "Glasshole". If the device is bothersome to people, consider taking it off. Be respectful of other people's privacy. They might not realize every time it's on your face it's not necessarily recording. It's your job to educate them how this wearable works.
What other ways are you using Glass for Good?