Stephanie M. Lee for BuzzFeed:
Earlier this year, Google stopped selling the first version of Glass and moved the project out of its Google(x) lab into a stand-alone unit.
But while Glass failed to set the consumer space on fire, some clinicians and other medical professionals have embraced it as a hands-free means of sharing and accessing information quickly.
Medicine has always seemed like one of the more suitable markets for Glass. Despite the rumors of its death, I think Glass definitely has a place. It’s just not in the social setting Google seemed to want it to be in.