Chapter SixCreate Breakthrough StrategiesGenerate Creative Alternatives for Capitalizing on the Changes You See

The first prototype of Google's wearable computing technology Google Glass did not make it look very useful. The huge glasses obscured the wearer's face, and numerous wires led to a backpack filled with the heavy batteries required to power the device. Even once the sleek, elegantly designed commercial version was introduced to developers, the product did not strike most people as something they would be able to put to good use. It seemed like a novelty.

Now, however, truly useful, even lifesaving examples of where the Google Glass technology will likely be employed abound. With its hands-free operation, its ability to project information ...

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