GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOTV) - Google Glass is a surprisingly simple, revolutionary, wearable computer from Google that lets you see and capture the world hands-free. Ferris State University's Michigan School of Optometry recently acquired this technology. Craig Norman, Director of Research at Ferris State University, Michigan School of Optometry and Bruce Morgan, Director of Residencies at Ferris State University, Michigan School of Optometry sat down with Maranda to talk about the exciting new technology that could reform modern optometry.
Google had a contest challenging students to explain why they needed Google Glass, and student at Ferris State, Elyse Kleifgen, sent a tweet to get Google Glass at the Michigan School of Optometry. The tweet got the attention of Google, and now Ferris State is pioneering in this cutting edge technology.
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