One of the knocks against the Google Glass brand of wearable technology is that it’s a solution in search of a problem. But now that more people are having a chance to check it out, some interesting uses are being proposed. Like this one from the world of classical music. From IB Times:
Google Glass isn’t just for tech bros — it could be a new way to experience classical music. A Cornell University professor and undergraduate student are teaming up to move Beethoven, Brahms and all the rest into the digital age.
Cynthia Turner is a conductor, professor of performance at Cornell’s department of music and leader of the university’s winds ensemble. In February, when Google was soliciting applications for its Glass Explorer program, she Tweeted: