January 5, 2014
“Are those Google Goggles?” a man called out to me, five minutes after walking out of my hotel in Mumbai.
It took me a moment to register that he’d correctly identified Glass and then I confirmed, “Yes! Except they’re called Google Glass.” Giddy, his eyes lit up. He had just been at a presentation on the future of augmented reality two days ago where he was introduced to Glass.
Guatam Kirtane works at a public policy think tank, Observer Research Foundation Mumbai. He told me that India can use technology like Glass for navigation help, in augmented realty, machine assembly and applied