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Google Glass Lets People Automatically Open Doors [Video]

OKDoor by Brivo Labs allows users of the wearable device to let people in without lifting a finger.

Leah Gonzalez
Leah Gonzalez on February 6, 2014. @leahgonz

Tech company Brivo Labs has developed a Google Glass app that allows users to remotely open doors with just a tap on the side of the weareable device.

OKDoor lets Glass wearers allow access to physical spaces. The app notifies a person inside the room or building that there’s someone outside waiting to be let in. An outdoor camera gives the Google Glass wearer a snapshot of the person waiting outside the door. The Glass wearer is then given the option to “allow” or “deny” entry to the person. Allowing entry remotely unlocks the door to let the person in.

OKDoor was created to highlight one of the many capabilities of the company’s SAM API, a platform for Social Access Management. The company will be showcasing the app and the SAM platform at South by Southwest Interactive in Austin, Texas.

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Check out the video below to see how the app works.

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