Ever donated to a charity and wondered where the money was actually going? Was it actually going to help save someone’s life? Was it actually going to help educate poverty-stricken children?
We now have a new use for Google Glass: helping to add transparency to philanthropic organizations— allow the donors to see where their money is actually going.
Starting today, according to Google, five nonprofits will start using Glass to document their efforts and experiment with the device to see how it can help solve real-world problems.
Hopefully, this will “help close the gap between donors and the people they support.” Google “Giving Through Glass” has just begun, and it’ll be exciting to see where Glass takes it.
Source: +Google Glass