Project Glass was developed by Steve Lee, a member of Google X Laboratory, who has a history of novel inventions for Google. His history of creative inventions for Google includes Google Latitude, which allows one to share locations on Google Maps. Steve has also worked with companies such as Yahoo and IBM to develop new software, showing his history of creativity and how it can influence Project Glass. For example, he worked with Yahoo to develop a method of searching for people, which shows in his more current creations such as Google Latitude, which is incorporated into Project Glass. Steve has obviously been collecting information that aids in his creative process. Since he also works with the Google X Lab, there must also be a high degree of collaboration between in individuals working to develop such a project. Since the lab is highly secretive, but also highly creative, there must be a reasonable Q level in terms of collaboration consisting of tight clusters of individuals with different experiences that can come together to invent something innovative. Also, in order to create something such as Project Glass, there is a certain amount of analogy to Science Fiction since this type of technology was once thought impossible. Using analogies to other current technology as well allows Project Glass to synthesize features that can be included into the final product.
As far as experts in technology are concerned, Project Glass is highly creative. Gizmondo.com writer, Mario Aguilar was highly impressed by Project Glass, hoping that the functionality will be as incredible as the above video. The internet, especially technology blogs and websites, have reported on Project Glass and see it as a futuristic technology that can change how we perceive reality.