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This Droidcon London video explores Google Glass through its unique user experience, what challenges there are in moving from heads down to heads up and the ways it challenges our preconceptions about the way we create software services - how do we create value when there may be #NoUi?
Google Glass is a massive scale social experiment. The first heads up display that has the potential for mass adoption. Most of us are old enough to remember the “elitist” moniker of the mobile phone when it first went commercial, the yuppy accessory in the City, now used globally by billions.
70% of 300 online business leaders surveyed by Dave Slocombe recently believe there is a high level of confusion around the potential of wearable technology and the majority also agreed that both enterprise and startup alike should be assessing this new and disruptive paradigm.
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Google Glass and #NoUi
Dave is an innovation thought leader and lean practitioner, currently leading the lastminute.com mobile team delivering global mobile platforms and services to its group companies and brands.