Google Glass – What makes it tick?

My colleagues at IT Babble don’t exactly share my enthusiasm when it comes to Google Glass. I love the possibilities it poses, students watching your screen in real time or other support videos, being able to document or capture live events from a unique perspective, being able to meet and collaborate in real time from anywhere. It is definitely cool. Below you will find an infograph by Martin Missfeldt explaining how this piece of technology works.

Even if you’re not sold on Google Glass having students make their own blueprints and inventions is a great activity to get their creative juices flowing.

For more info click on the image to go to Martin’s website.

About Patrick Cauley

I teach middle school technology and love to play around with tech and teach students and colleagues alike. You can read my blog at
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