כ״ה באב ה׳תשע״ג (August 1, 2013)
Smart Jewish boys from RustyBrick struck again. As a first company RustyBrick has started developing a Jewish app for GoogleGlass.
Barry Schwartz writes on his blog:
“We’ve helped change how the Jewish world uses technology to improve and aid their daily Jewish lives with our iOS and Android apps. Now we are taking it up a notch with Google Glass. Google Glass is Google’s revolutionary concept behind a wearable computer. The RustyBrick team has come up with revolutionary ideas on how to leverage this device to fundamentally change the way Jews think about observing Judaism. How? Read on…
By pushing contextual, geographic-aware, and time sensitive data directly into your line of vision – JewGlass can help you remember things such as prayer time deadlines, where to find kosher eateries, what or what not to say while praying in synagogue and Shabbat start or end times. This is just the beginning, the practical applications are endless. ”
Let’s take a look (screenshots by RustyBrick)
This is just a glimpse into the potential of wearing technology and how it can impact Jewish life. For more details contact RustyBrick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let us know what you think about newest RustyBrick’s project in the comments.
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