Google is finally pulling back the curtains on its much anticipated wearable computer, Google Glass ($1500). The Google Glass is a wearable computer. It does pretty much everything that your current mobile devices can do, except handsfree. The Glass allows you to record video, take photos, get directions, do searches and basically share your daily experiences with anyone you want. The Glass augments reality by allowing you to gather information on demand. Google is allowing a handful of early adopters to get the Glass. Entries are due by February 27th and instructions can be found on their website. To wet your whistle here’s some [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=v1uyQZNg2vE width=640 height=480 anchor=video] showing the Glass in use.
If you’d love to have your sketches on your iPad then you’ll love the iSketchnote ($149). You don’t have to approximate your sketches through a stylus. The iSketchnote allows you to do what feels most comfortable and that’s drawing on a piece of paper. Its starts with a sensor matrix that tracks the movement of […]