Laura Stevens, reporting for The Wall Street Journal:
Google parent Alphabet Inc. is relaunching Glass, its head-worn computer, targeting corporate customers after its initial version flopped because of privacy concerns.
Dubbed Glass Enterprise Edition, the product has been in testing at about 50 companies, including Boeing Co., General Electric Co. and Volkswagen AG, Alphabet said Tuesday.
The new device, which is designed to snap on eyeglass frames and display information, videos and images in the line of a person’s sight, allow workers to see instructional content. They can also use the device to broadcast what they are viewing back to others for real-time instruction.
Years ago, I was a Google Glass Explorer, I saw some use for it but mostly, it was more a piece people talked about. The apps were limited, and what you could do was more limited.
Back then, I told people that there was a place for Google Glass with people in the workplace.