This is beta software for Google Glass. The app is intended to help people remember where they put things while working on projects, or just as part of every day life. I've done my best to test it, but use at your own risk. No guarantees, warranties, etc. The camera function is thanks to Darren Venn's great GlassCameraSnapshot utility class (Copyright (c) 2013, Darren Venn, All Rights Reserved). All data is stored locally, and there are no ads, usage tracking, or reporting back.
For example "Remember where I put... the hammer"
Glass will take a picture of the object and remember what you called it. Location is also stored, but will not be used until a future version. The image and object database are both stored locally on your Glass. IMPORTANT NOTE: Because this is beta software, there is a limit of 15 objects in the database.
To ask Glass where you put something, say:
Glass will show you the picture of the object and the date you saved it. Tap to access the menu to close the app or delete the object. Right now, the app only returns exact matches, so "the screwdriver" is different than "screwdriver" or "the red screwdriver."
If you can't remember what you called something, or to just generally to see a list of everything, say:
You can then swipe left & right through the list of all objects. If you want to delete something, simply tap. The object will immediately be deleted.
Send suggestions & bugs to cahorton+exonous you-know-what gmail.com