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NH Innovation Night – Feb 2015

Visual Report from the First NH Innovation Night #NHIN1

Governor Hassan Supports Innovation

Governor Hassan Supports Innovation

And we launched with a bang!logo

Wednesday night, November 5, 2014, saw the launch of our networking events for the New Hampshire Innovation Economy and the first night was spectacular!

NH Innovation Nights is a periodic night of networking and innovative presentations highlighting launching products from the Granite State. Here is the short rundown on the events and how to submit your product for future events. details

We were told that there are already enough networking events for entrepreneurs. We were told that people are burned out hearing pitches. We were even told that only 20 or 30 of the “usuals” would show up. I am happy to report that “they” were wrong on all accounts. We’re still counting but estimates put attendance at close to 100. Mark Kaplan, CEO of our host Alpha Loft, told me that a high percentage of attendees were new faces.

And Governor Maggie Hassan stopped by. Newly reelected the night before, I am sure she was running on fumes, but she spent a half hour meeting with all of our “launchers” and listening to their stories. Here is her short remarks about supporting innovation in New Hampshire.

Videos of all our launcher presentations >> YouTube Channel
Special shoutout to Newick's Lobster House for providing incredible lobster rolls, chowdah and apps. Yum! Newick's

More photos from Google Glass Challenge event

Jennifer Joe, M.D.

MedTech Boston Editor and founder, Jennifer Joe, MD

It was an awesome event!  Over 200 professionals gathered plus two or three photographers and videographers who’s work we’ve been waiting to view.  Well, wait no longer.  MedTech Boston has posted a Photo Montage on their site and it is well worth a look to see and remember the interesting people you met while discussing Google Glass in Healthcare.

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How Google+ saw my 2013

If you are a regular user and frequent photo/video uploader on Google Plus, then chances are you received a little present for the holiday. The Google Auto Awesome system has built compilation videos from selected photos in each user’s stream. Mine just happen to be mostly #throughglass or of Glass and include many first time sightings of Glass and a number of my family and friends.

The auto awesome system per Google “Enjoy fun new versions of your pictures. You’ll see your photos combined into short animations, joined into panoramas, and merged into group shots where everyone looks good. “

Some have raised concerns about the privacy of our personal photos and videos when a Google bot is randomly editing photos and creating new enhanced images without our control. Well, we can turn auto awesome off and no creations are public unless the user chooses to make it public. Of course the best policy is to never upload anything you wouldn’t want seen by the public.

Thank you Google for this cute end of year gift!

Holidays in the City #throughglass

My family just spent 3 days in New York and I thought I’d share a few of the photos I took with Google Glass. I especially like using the Holiday Vignettes pack to overlay on my photos for a special touch.

This is a vignette created with the Holiday Pack

A twinkle effect created by Google Plus Auto-Awesome

Temp vignette created on Glass
One of the vignette effects available on Glass