2. Phase 1: Tweets
The first signs of spring on campus are the flowers growing #J230 #throughglass pic.twitter.com/oGyv4W3BiX— Gaby Morera (@gabymulberry) March 29, 2015
Organized by @LehighCSO, Spring Fling brings South Bethlehem families to campus for a day of fun #J230 #throughglass pic.twitter.com/wpcEGmMTN1— Gaby Morera (@gabymulberry) March 28, 2015
3. Phase 2: Process VideoCan you guess what my favorite spot on campus is based on this picture? #J230 #throughglass pic.twitter.com/mkdEFZQs5K— Gaby Morera (@gabymulberry) March 28, 2015
4. Phase 2: Glassumentary
So working with google glass was fun, but sometimes the first person videos didn't necessarily turn out great, especially if the person moved their head around a lot. But, they work really well for telling a first person story. I think Glass could fit into journalism if journalist used it to make first person videos and feature interesting processes and the people who do them. It might be good for it to have better video quality but it works.
I think experience with glass might not directly translate into other new gadgets because these seem to be more focused on watches, so they don't offer that first person perspective, but it would apply if they ever refocus to something that can provide a first person point of view video.