Leandre Waldo, Director of Media Relations
Assistant Professor Jonathan Rajewski will demonstrate Google Glass to a live audience on Oct. 1 in Alumni Auditorium. Along with showing how the new wearable technology works, he also plans to talk about some of the inaccurate media reports as well as some of the interesting aspects that everyone should be thinking about. This is a disruptive technology — so bring questions.
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