Welcome to Google Glass For Dummies, a resource for using the Google Glass wearable computer in your everyday life.
Glass is one of the first devices in the wearable-computing market, and though that’s really exciting — and probably is one of the reasons why you purchased Glass in the first place — you may not be prepared for the differences in the user interface. Interacting with Glass is unlike anything you’ve experienced before.
To help get you up to speed quickly, this book dishes out information about Glass in easily digestible chunks so that you can get answers to your questions fast and then get back to using your Glass to get directions, take pictures, and much more.
Unlike other books that require you to read an entire chapter in one sitting to understand what’s going on, this book is more like a dictionary — or, if you prefer, a printed version of what you find in online help. That is, you can search the book for the information you need, read the page that contains the answers, and then put the book down and get back to work (or play).
We discuss the following subjects (among others) in this book in plain English: