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Brick Simple: Doylestown development firm builds Google Glass apps

The team, which has three pairs of Google Glass, is building a range of apps: there's the one for doctors to interact with patients and test results at the same time, one for drivers to see their dashboard without taking their eyes off the road and one for gamers to play Battleship.

The Brick Simple team with its three pairs of Google Glass. At far left, Brick Simple founder Det Ansinn. (Photo by Art Gentile for PhillyBurbs.com)

Only 10,000 people may have Google Glass, Google’s wearable, voice-activated computer, but Doylestown app development firm Brick Simple is planning ahead: it’s building apps for the platform with the hope that it will eventually become as ubiquitous as a cell phone, PhillyBurbs reported.

The team, which has three pairs of Google Glass, is building a range of apps: there’s the one for doctors to interact with patients and test results at the same time, one for drivers to see their dashboard without taking their eyes off the road and one for gamers to play Battleship.

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