ChargeKey is a key-shaped smartphone cable that fits onto your keychain. It works like your normal cable for charging and syncing your phone – plug one end into a USB port and the other end into your mobile device.
I like the fact that I can connect it to a keychain, but I’ve mostly kept it connected to my lipstick charger in my purse.
At the very affordable price of $25.00 I can see many event and conference applications. Providing these to your attendees (There are iphone and micro USB versions) or simply having them around charging stations.
I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed wearing Google Glass during CES. The handful of people wearing them was surprising, but I bet all would agree that wearing them in that setting was fantastic. Of course CES is not everyday use, so how does an event professional take advantage of being a Google Glass Explorer.
One way that I’ve found great value is during site visits. I used them on a couple of site visits to prepare for the March Social Media Tulsa Conference.
Her is an example of the site visit I did at the Aloft Downtown Hotel in Tulsa, OK.
These are no where near the quality of a Google Business photo, but for sharing with suppliers, speakers, and team members it works great.
I think this just scratches the surface of how event professionals will use Google Glass. How do you see them being used for events?