Google Glass (s goog) hasn’t even hit stores yet, and already top venture capitalists are ready to fund the people developing cool uses for it.
Google debuted Google Glasses to developers back in June 2012 at its Google I/O conference, and companies have already started thinking about how they could build a more connected internet of things and roll out specific apps for the technology. And on Wednesday, some of Silicon Valley’s most prominent investors declared their financial support.
Bill Maris, managing partner at Google Ventures, Marc Andreessen of Andreessen Horowitz, and John Doerr of Kleiner Perkins announced Wednesday that they’re together launching The Glass Collective, an effort to provide seed funding for people who are developing interesting uses for the technology.
Maris explained in a blog post why the investors think it’s important to support the idea:
“So what will the future be with Glass? Well, the truth is…
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