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A wealth of ideas from Maker Faire

by Angela Hey

Strolling around Maker Faire at San Mateo Fairgrounds last month, Hacker Dojo's Maker Faire table reminded me to visit their space at 599 Fairchild Drive. I spent Memorial Day eve there at the first Silicon Valley Wearable Innovation Meetup. Organizer Lawrence Wong demonstrated Google Glass, spectacle frames that show you a screen picture in the right corner of your field of vision. I found the display clear, but it didn't respond the first time when I tried to start it with "OK Glass". Lawrence encouraged attendees to command Google Glass authoritatively.

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Angela Hey advises technology companies on marketing and business development. She can be reached at amhey@techviser.com.

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