I created a concept video, and "redesigned" major aspects of the interface which can enable Glass to become "consumer-friendly." These changes have the potential to greatly increase usability across all users, including the handicapped, imo.
Some people will still prefer the current timeline system :smileyhappy: and that's cool!
For me, this not just about sharing-it's about quickly finding stuff which Google is known for...
I'm in NYC, finding a music track in the subway is a PAIN with the current interface. I have to scroll the entire timeline. The songs are stored locally once you play them, but "listen to" is deactivated with no data signal. If the interface was built something like this, I'd just navigate by touch or voice to music, select an album/offline songs, and play them :smileyhappy: