In session 1 of TEDYouth, Tom Chi shared three prototyping rules he learned while developing Google Glass — an augmented reality head-mounted display — with his team. Shortly after, we found Bobak Ferdowsi, Flight Director for the Mars Curiosity Rover mission, giving these glasses a test-drive. Ferdowsi will be speaking in session 2, explaining how exactly a two ton machine made it to Mars.
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You may have heard of Google Glass — a new venture by Google, where a user wears a head-mounted display (think, futuristic sunglasses) that overlays digital information and images onto the physical world. Tom Chi was on the team that developed Google Glass, and spoke about the experience at TEDYouth. In this newly released TED-Ed […]
Just like school … not! TEDYouth is like a TED Conference for high school students, starring a lineup of speakers working at the top of their fields of culture, science, technology and art. You’ll hear about scientific discoveries and crazy art projects that will surprise you, make you laugh and blow your mind a little. […]