According to Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers’ John Doerr, the micro-blogging giant is working on a Google Glass experience. With Google earlier today made an announcement of a new Glass Collective investment which will be including Andreessen Horowitz and KPCB, Doerr in a statement said to make an investment in a start-ups working on the Glass platform. “Some companies we’ve backed, such as Twitter and Path, are already working on experiences for Glass. So are Evernote and The New York Times,” Doerr said.
“Glass represents a future of freedom. A future where you spend more time focused on the people you are with and the experiences you are having, rather than focused on your mobile device. Glass brings you the important information, context, and moments when you need them most,” Doerr said on quoting Path CEO Dave Morin. Doerr also noted that the new Glass Collective will bring together “old friends” while he not forget to mention his first experience with Google Glass which he saw back in September 2011 and says that the experience was an “eye-opening.”