Virgin Atlantic Gets Google Glass

February 12, 2014 in Daily Bulletin

Could Google Glass be the future of air travel? Nick Summers wrote:

  • The airline Virgin Atlantic is trialing Google Glass for attendants that serve upper-class passengers.
  • The technology allows service staff to answer questions about destination and weather, and to track dietary requirements and other personal preferences.
  • It will also help staff to translate things from other languages.
  • Virgin Atlantic decided to initiate a trial of the glasses after surveys found that travelers felt air travel was less glamorous than it used to be.

Read more about how long the trial will last and other commercial uses for Google Glass here.

Source: TNW