Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Infographic: Imagine Google Glass in 2015

Imagine Google with Google Glass

Google Glass is not just a new product that Google gives to the world to take pictures more easily or to navigate a city hands free. 

It is the product that Google has been working towards, one step at a time. By combining all their services (Google+, Google Calendar, - Now, -Weather, -Tasks, -Talk, -Maps, -Search, YouTube ...) Google Glass will be the next step in the consumer driven mobile revolution.

Google+ is not just an alternative, searchable copy of Facebook - or the replacement of the Yellow Pages - but it will be one of the engines behind Google Glass. Google Now (including Google Goggles), together with the new Google+ makes up the interface of the next phase of the internet and the next step in the digitization of our daily lives: Augmented Reality.

Imagine that everything you can do today with a smartphone or tablet, soon you’ll be able to do with Google Glass. Some examples:

  • Faster first aid,
  • Education and knowledge more accessible to all,
  • Automatically scanning of QR codes,
  • New opportunities for both old and new (social) media,
  • Publishing on the Internet via voice control,
  • The operation of household appliances and multimedia,
  • Never having to look away to read a screen or to operate it
  • ...
All functionalities of a smartphone, but much easier to use and safer via voice control.

Date (v2): January 8, 2014 | Author & Designer +Ivan Jans

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Since 2005 Ivan integrates Google services in his Internet projects and websites. Why make content searchable for Google in a selfmade content management system, if you can put it immediately in Google itself by publishing on You Tube, Blogger, Picasa, Calendar & Maps and then can integrate it back into a website? This creates for the customers also several search results from multiple web locations instead of only from one website. Read more

Since 2011 Ivan stands on its own feet, and he has his Google strategy translated into his own business 'UP-TO-DATE WebDesign' where he now applies this to his customers on a daily base.