Some people said they would use it in the classroom, create new interactive TV experiences using Glass, and even wear it in the operating room while performing surgery.
Now, JetBlue has come out and said what it would do with Glass, Skift's Rafat Ali reports.
If JetBlue had Glass, they "would continue to help the world view air travel through a whole new lens," the airline company wrote on Google+ yesterday.
JetBlue uploaded some images of what it could like to use Glass in the airport. If JetBlue has its way, we'd be able to use Glass to quickly see if a garage is at capacity and if there are available outlets in the boarding area. We could also get directions to the baggage claim area, and even receive taxi fare estimates.
Check out the images below to see what Glass could look like in the airport.
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