Watch Your Privacy harnesses open data from cameras around the world and lets wearers configure their own "safe zones."
OKDoor by Brivo Labs allows users of the wearable device to let people in without lifting a finger.
DriveSafe sends audio and visual notifications if it detects that the wearer is falling asleep while driving.
JewGlass is an app for religious Jews that provides notifications for prayer times and locates nearby synagogues and kosher restaurants.
'Glass Tesla' enables Model S owners adjust the interior temperature, remotely lock the car and access real-time data about mileage.
The Fancy Color Search service lets the wearers take a photo of an object and find similar products by sharing it on Fancy.
The company presented a number of applications at SXSW to show the variety of possibilities for the new tech.