Google Glass with iPad Tech Smash



    Have you seen Google Glass? The technology you wear like a pair of sunglasses that records, searches and more? More and more teachers and classrooms are starting to test out Google Glass for their classrooms and businesses. One of my new App Dice I created just this week is known as a Tech Dice. You put several devices of technology on each side and roll them to create Tech Smashes that work great with App Smashes. Well, the other day I was rolling the die with my son and he did one and I did one. Tyler came up with Google Glass and I came up with iPad and then my wife look over and said: “What does Google Glass do?” I explained to her and she answered: “That would work great for a TV interview.” Screen Shot 2014-08-07 at 8.25.34 AMThat is when it hit me. To create a great Tech Smash with an App Smash I knew my students would be doing mock interviews with each other about presidents. So, what we would do is have an iPad set up to record them both and using a bluetooth with the ReadyMic App which you can read about here and have it set up with the student playing the president. This will allow their voice to be perfectly recorded between the iPad and them. The interviewer would then do the regular recording through their Google Glass and conduct the interview. They would then upload both videos to the classroom Google Drive and then edit and splice the full interview using iMovie or related App. 

   After completed it would be turn in for the final assignment to the teacher. Great Tech Smash huh? If you are a classroom with Google Glass and a mobile device like an iPad or Nexus. Try it today and Device Smash this project.



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