Last week, Google showed off its new Google Glasses demo video and also introduced an #ifihadglass competition that encouraged people to use five photos to show what they would do with Google’s latest technology.
Though the contest was geared toward individuals, JetBlue seems to have taken that challenge up and posted some pretty cool pictures of how they envision Google Glass working at an airport.
Included in the five photos are features that allow you to see parking garage capacity, flight status, baggage claim location and unloading time, and taxi fare estimates, all from your glasses.
My personal favorite was the feature that allowed you to see available outlets — an outlet radar of sorts.
We saw another creative use of the new technology last week when Seattle-based Freak’n Genius released its own Google Glass parody video.
H/T The Verge
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