College Students Hack Google Glass So Wearers Can Pay Seamlessly With Venmo [Video]

College Students Hack Google Glass So Wearers Can Pay Seamlessly With Venmo [Video]
technology

A new look at Glass and how it can provide contextual information at an intimate level.

Serena Chu
  • 21 february 2014

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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