• Google Glass,  Health Care,  Medicine,  VectorSpect

    Design Sprint for Health is Approaching

    As we pass the one month point leading up to the DC Wearable Devices Design Sprint for Health, I want to try to convey what your day may be like, should you choose to join us on this journey into the future of Healthcare. We’ll be gathering at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health at 8am on Friday October 17, 2014. Come bright and early with your laptop! This is after all  the Center for Total Health and we will provide healthy breakfast, lunch and snacks. This will be a jammed packed day for sharing and working on our visions for wearable devices in Health and Healthcare. The prime purpose, the goal,…

  • Google Glass,  Reviews

    NH Business Review on Glass NH Meetup

    http://www.nhbr.com/July-26-2013/Google-Glass-gets-a-test-drive-at-NH-event/ “Pass the Glass,” a July 11 event held at the offices of Manchester-based Dyn, gave participants a chance to discuss and try out Google’s newest high-tech offering, Google Glass. Dyn employees, software developers and the tech curious filled Dyn’s solarium (a high-tech classroom) as web developer Joshua Cyr demonstrated the power of Glass. Execellent writeup by NHBR journalist who attended our July 11 Meetup.

  • Google Glass,  Meetups

    Google Glass NH July Meetup

    July 11, 5 PM at Dyn 150 Dow St. Manchester, NH http://www.meetup.com/Google-Glass-New-Hampshire/events/126976032/ This meetup will feature a presentation by Joshua Cyr that covers all your Glass questions and tickles your mind with possibilities.  We’ll then pass the Glass so to speak and try to give everyone some time to be thoroughly amazed. Dyn has graciously volunteered meeting space and geek sustenance. Please RSVP via the link or icon below, so we can plan accordingly. [mappress mapid=”1″]

  • Google Glasss,  Learning

    Google I/O from my recliner

    There is something wonderful about spending two days watching I/O sessions live from home.  Yes, I wish I was there in person for the entire experience.  Conferences are the ultimate breeding ground of innovation, the hive mind is palpable at Autodesk University which I attend yearly.  One assumes that the level of brilliance at I/O must light Moscone with it’s glow.  Wish I could be there and the goal for next year is to go. But Google brings so much to live streaming via YouTube.  I of course watched the Glass presentations.  The hacking Glass session was brilliant! More today I assume, but alas I must go move into my new…