Back in May of 2013 we received our Google Glass and we were dying to build something on it. After much deliberation we decided that the best idea would be to integrate with the newly launched CitiBike program. Users could be on a bike, pull over to the side, quickly get information on the surrounding bike share stations. Then they could follow the visual and audio directions to their destination. The application was picked up by Fast Company:
We built and released this app using the Glass Mirror API. We then submitted it to Google for approval. They rejected it saying that we should use the new GDK. So we rebuilt it, submitted it and as of now it’s the Google approval queue.