Google Glass team-building potential showcased at EIBTM

Event professionals will be able to get hands-on experience of how Google Glass can be used to enhance meetings and events, thanks to a demonstration by software developer Moove Team at EIBTM's Innovation Zone.

EIBTM: Google Glass's team building potential showcased
EIBTM: Google Glass's team building potential showcased
The latest gaming platform from Moove Team (stand O143) is being showcased at the trade show, which kicks off today. The company will show delegates how, with the right software, Google's tech-glasses can be used in team-building applications.

Xavier Guardia, a developer at Moove Team, said: "We have integrated Google Glass into a show experience and as a result, the combination of both technologies in the area of geo-location games places us right into the future."

C&IT reported earlier in the year how the UK events industry was excited about the advent of wearable technology such as Google Glass.

Guardia added: "We see an incredible amount of potential for its application to marketing, branding, product launches and other fields like training and development. We are just at the beginning of a technology that represents a quantum leap in terms of access to information and team collaboration and after the show we plan to widen the range of functionalities and interaction of Moove Team with Google Glass."

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