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Glass Enterprise

Jay Kothari, Project Lead for Glass: Now the Glass product team is back at X, and we’ll be collaborating with the Google Cloud team and our partners to help customers across a variety of business sectors make the most of Glass. Together, we’re looking forward to seeing more businesses give their workers a way to […]

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WWDC 2017 recap

I wanted to take a few moments to jot down a comparison between my wish list for this year’s WWDC and what was announced. Also, towards the end, some quick thoughts on the surprises that were announced. Here are my wishes, in order from the previous post, and whether or not we got them. Shared […]

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Is VR overrated?

Kristopher B. Jones, an entrepreneur from near my neck of the woods, weighs in on VR in a recent Forbes piece debating the applicability of the technology: I’m a strong believer that virtual reality is overrated, as it has limited applications outside of very specific industries. Industries like gaming and medical training are likely to […]

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Dan Kimbrough touches on several trends he thinks will continue in 2017 such as this bit on AR/VR: 2017 will see AR & VR make great strides to becoming how we experience and interact with the world around us. I agree we’ll see great strides in this area. I’m especially bullish on AR. But I […]

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VR is not ready in 2016

Danny Nicolas: I hope someone is hard at work making an ubiquitous snow-crash-esq VR experience that compels everyone to rush to the stores to buy VR rigs, but 2016 was not the year where VR became the big thing. It might be the next big thing, but not this year. I’ve tested a bunch of VR […]

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