A few months after Google publicly teased its plans to develop Google Glass, Ian Shakil convinced some friends who worked at the company to let him try on an early prototype of the smart glasses. It proved to be an eye-opening experience.
“It was sort of a lightning strike eureka moment trying it on,” Shakil told Mashable in a recent interview. “This was not vaporware. This was real.”
At the time, during the summer of 2012, Shakil had just graduated from Stanford’s business school and was working at MC10, a startup building stretchable electronics that could adapt to body movements and be used to track health information. After seeing Glass firsthand, he realized it could serve as a powerful tool to improve the medical industry. “I left my job and dropped everything to found the company,” he says. Read more…
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