Kenneth Cole offers a Google Glass app called Good Deed. The app challenges users to do 21 good deeds in 21 days, or as many good deeds as they can in a three week period of time. The way it works is you will be using Google Glass to take photos in order to prove your good deeds.
Users can use the hashtag #manupformankind as you post the photos to Twitter. The difficulty is that you cannot just take a simple photo with your smartphone or even a camera and post it on Twitter, you need to come up with an interesting and inventive way to capture the photo.
Not many brands have jumped on on Google Glass app bandwagon just yet. Good Deed is a great way to see progression in your involvement and personal positivity.
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