Today I got to use the Google Glass, I attached the given glass frame and turned it on. As much as I was excited when the Glass turned on I was disappointed to see that the Glass functions weren't working because it gave the error "voice/home/camera stopped unexpectedly". Though it might be because it wasn't configured to the network. I had some other problems with the Google Glass was that it was hard to tell if was on or inactive, in the inactive state the Google glass voice functions "Ok Glass" available. For a quick demo run the Glass was interesting to look at but could use some changes I found that other people had similar problems with the different on/off states for Glass. It would be easier if it were just two different states. But I hope to get the Glass running properly to see it at it's fullest and work with the Glass API. I have to admit it was fun see a screen being projected in front of me and it didn't feel weird seeing it. I thought I would be seeing it from one eye since the Glass eyepiece projects in a way that its seen with both eyes. The touch functions and head tilt functions work great. It's sensitivity is crisp and recognizes when I nod of look left and right.
Yathin Latif is a upcoming sophomore originally a Biology major but became interested in computing and code. He is now working towards a BS in computer science. Learning new languages and tools to further his goals. This summer he hopes to learn as much as possible over these few weeks. Looking to learn more about in software and mobile development.