College Students Hack Google Glass So Wearers Can Pay Seamlessly With Venmo [Video]
A new look at Glass and how it can provide contextual information at an intimate level.
Google Glass has revolutionized how people interact with the world around them, but is still missing the ability to interact with the wearer’s geographic location. Enter eyeBeacon, a creation conceptualized and developed at the recent PennApps college hackathon. Powered by Rasberry Pi, this Google Glass hack offers a hyperlocal augmented reality experience and a digital payments option via Venmo so that both locals and tourists can enjoy new locations around the world easily and seamlessly.
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