I’m thinking about using Google Glass on stage at LeWeb, as I did at LeWeb London this past june.
I really like being connected to the audience when I host LeWeb and when I am in a Q and A session with a speaker. I like to “feel” the mood in the room, for LeWeb, for the speaker, for what I say (like, when I’m in London I always wonder if my thick french accent isn’t too much of a problem).
I would like to use Google Glass to get feedback from the audience
I would like to be able to get messages (such as questions for a speaker) sent directly to my Glass then chose if I want to read them or use them or not. I do not want people to use my email as I would continue to get my regular emails in Glass and I want that off. I do not want people to use the text to Glass as I do not want to reveal the mobile number I have with me on stage (imagine!).
I could use Twitter mentions @loic but the Twitter app will only show mentions from people I follow and it doesn’t display search results (I would love to see a lot of #leweb search results from Twitter but the Twitter Glass app doesn’t allow that).
One big challenge I see also is that they are too big, they make me look very weird on stage when the A/V team zooms on my head, that will be solved over time as Google gets them smaller I’m sure and I can always wear them for some sessions only.
Do you see a way I can solve the “tell Loic something straight in his Glass”? Thanks!