Become a Glass Explorer on Tues April 15 - still only US for now

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Several of us have Google Glass and are building and testing apps using the devices. Google posted a message on their Google+ Glass page, announcing that "Next Tuesday, April 15th at 6am PDT, we’re opening up some spots in the Glass Explorer Program. Any adult in the US* can become an Explorer by visiting our site and purchasing Glass for $1500 + tax – and it now comes with your favorite shade or frame, thanks to feedback from our current Explorers. The number of spots available is limited, so mark your calendar if you want to get in. You can find us on Tuesday at:". The asterisk denoted a comment where Google said "*To everyone outside the US... we know. Sorry :( We’re just not ready yet to bring Glass to other countries."

Using Delphi (and soon C++Builder) with Google Glass

Jim McKeeth and I have been showing apps we've built for Glass in videos, blog posts and our Jaunary "Programming Devices and Gadgets with RAD Studio" webinar. Here are several links to our Glass information.

Google Glass Takes on Parkinson's Disease

There's a wonderful Google Glass article in PC Magazine reporting that Newcastle University researchers are looking at how Google Glass might help people with Parkinson's disease. Read the article at,2817,2456257,00.asp.

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