VR or Virtual Reality doesn’t have to be $350 headsets or variety of complicated devices hooked together. Virtual Reality made simple with Google Cardboard and your smartphone, including many Android and iOS devices, can be the affordable way to bring VR to the masses. It’s amazing how simple this device is and it could be built by someone for under $7 with parts. Most easy to assemble versions are being
Imagine being on the job and having a device that serves to protect and educate you. As if this weren’t enough, imagine that this very device is something you can wear. It’s portable and it’s there to provide you with a helping hand at the drop of a hat. Don’t actually drop this hat though, because it is the very device that is keeping you on top of your tasks.
Gulf Bay Consulting (GBC) announced the first round of speakers for the Social Mobile Engagement Conference & Code Challenge, taking place September 4 – 5 at the Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina in Tampa, Florida. “Social Mobile Engagement has been designed to reflect the specific interests and concerns of brands, retailers and service providers focused on Customer Experience Management,” said Bruce Burke, Founder of GBC. “This focused approach will provide
I’ll be presenting a Tech Talk “WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY: SEPARATING FACT FROM SCIENCE FICTION” for the new Melrose Center at the Orange County Library in Downtown Orlando on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 from 6-7PM. This will be a great chance to learn more about wearable technology and check out the amazing Melrose Center facilities. This event is free and open to the public. This presentation will be geared for all ages. Feel
Along with the plethora of update for Google Glass in XE12, Google has finally released the MyGlass App for iOS devices in the Apple App Store. Google Glass Explorers who were dedicated iPhone users have been requesting this app since Google Glass became available. Before Glass hits the open market, this app was a must in order for Google to extend its reach to customers who are dedicated iOS users.
Google Glass XE12 updates hit Glass Explorers this week with a few requested features needed before it makes it public debut in 2014 (I’m guessing it will). Screen Lock Option Finally Google Glass owner can have a little bit of protection of their personal information by activating the latest screen lock feature in Glass. This is create by activating the feature in settings to setup a particular set of taps