Google Glass-Wearing Pit Crew Is The Closest You'll Ever Get To Indy

Very few things can faithfully encapsulate the organized chaos that is a real, professional pit-stop. Maybe an Ethiopian intersection, but that's about it. Graham Rahal's IndyCar team decided to do their best at just that, by affixing members of their pit crew team with the all-seeing Google Glass. » 5/07/14 10:06am 5/07/14 10:06am

This Is What It Looks Like To Fly A Plane With Google Glass

Amidst the Google Glass backlash, two pilots at Adventia European College of Aeronautics in Spain set an aviation milestone as they wore Google Glass in the cockpit for the first time using special tools that demonstrate the potential benefits of using the devices while flying an aircraft. » 3/27/14 10:59am 3/27/14 10:59am

How Google Glass Will Save Car Enthusiasts From Extinction

"Computers are killing the automotive hobby!" Car geeks say this with defeatist disdain; tech nerds utter it with futurist superiority. Thing is, they're both wrong. Virtual reality and wearable tech could very well save hobbyist mechanics from becoming the 21st century's horseshoe installers. Here's how. » 1/21/14 4:26pm 1/21/14 4:26pm

Driving with Google Glass

So here is my first published test video of using Google Glass while driving. Not too long of a video really just meant to walk through what it is like to video with Google Glass in the car. Before this video I made a couple test videos that I was really happy with and on my third try I feel I nailed a much better… » 8/05/13 5:17pm 8/05/13 5:17pm

Five Reasons Why Google Glass Could Be Great For Gearheads

Sure, you'll probably look a bit like a tool wearing them, and West Virginia's already banned their use while driving, but even so I think Google Glass (Google's reality-augmenting spectacles project, for those unaware) can offer a great deal to car lovers, both while driving and otherwise. So far, I've got five… » 4/19/13 2:20pm 4/19/13 2:20pm

Lawmaker Seeks To Ban Google Glass While Driving

I don't know why I didn't think of this earlier. Tons of people can't be trusted not to text, surf the Internet, tweet and/or sext from their cell phones when they're behind the wheel, so why would we expect them not to use Google Glass when they're driving? So while Google's "augmented reality" glasses aren't even… » 3/28/13 1:08pm 3/28/13 1:08pm