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Google Glass Enterprise, Pixate Deal Offers Mobile Clues
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7/24/2015 | 8:24:25 AM
Re: The future of Glass
Pixate is indeed a prototyping tool.

Glass doesn't have one for it, as far as I know.

This could be a way to make that happen for Glass.

User Rank: Ninja
7/24/2015 | 8:03:30 AM
The future of Glass
I thought Pixate was more for prototyping but I guess at this point that's probably something Glass needs.  When they first hyped Glass, Goolge showed an augmented world with dozens of interactive pieces that made you wonder how it couldn't become the next big thing.  I guess developers just never got to that point or they had trouble getting from the drawing board into reality.  All of the other glasses wearables seem to be having a similar problem, maybe this is part of the answer.

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