Project Glass: You Could Become the Next Glass Explorer
Cinderella’s prince may have been searching for that special someone to fill the special glass slipper left behind at the ball, but today (and for the next week), Google is hosting its own geeky fairy tale in search of a few special individuals they’re hoping will be a perfect fit for Google Glass.
Since Google Glass needs more than just developers, Google’s reaching out to creative individuals interested in shaping the future of Glass. These individuals are being called “Glass Explorers” and Google would love to make you one.
For the next week, Google will be taking “applications” for future Glass Explorers and if that sounds better than attending the ball in a horse drawn carriage, then we suggest you put on your thinking caps and show Google what you have to offer by February 27th.
To apply, simply follow Google’s instructions below:
How to apply
We’re looking for bold, creative individuals who want to join us and be a part of shaping the future of Glass. We’d love to make everyone an Explorer, but we’re starting off a bit smaller. We’re still in the early stages, and while we can’t promise everything will be perfect, we can promise it will be exciting.
Using Google+ or Twitter, tell us what you would do if you had Glass, starting with the hashtag #ifihadglass.
- Your application must be 50 words or less
- You must include #ifihadglass in your application
- You can include up to 5 photos with your application
- You can include a short video (15 secs max)
- Be sure to follow us on Google+ (+ProjectGlass) or Twitter (@projectglass) so that we can contact you directly
- You must be at least 18 years old and live in the U.S. to apply
- For more details, please see our full Terms and FAQ
Just be prepared, if you should win, you’ll be expected to cough up $1500 plus tax for an early version of the device. Well worth it for the once in a lifetime experience to be a part of such a revolutionary tech project.
Here’s a little video to get you even more excited about becoming a Glass Explorer.
Source: Project Glass