In case you missed it, US airline JetBlue has entered itself into Google's "If I had Glass" contest with a series of posts on Twitter and on Google+ that feature "concept versions" of what its passengers might experience.
Talk about savvy marketing and participating in the social media conversation.
Late last week, the Jetblue Google+ page posted this message along with the concept images:
We would continue to help the world view air travel through a whole new lens.
Here are some of Jetblue's concept images:
A view of a passenger using Glass to see if spaces are free at an airport parking garage.
A passenger checking flight status.
A passenger hunts for an electrical outlets at a waiting lounge.
Look up directions for where baggage claim is in the airport.
Ask for taxi fare estimates.
For perspective, see Tnooz's earlier explainer: Google Glass – the Next Big Thing in the travel industry?