Please modified the paper base on the suggestion from professor. Use red font to label where you changed.
Suggestion from professor:
If I understand your suggestion, you want to add recording lights to
ease public concern when someone is wearing Google Glasses and/or
reducing the price by tailoring the glass to a specific market like
I start with the recording light; this is not a bad idea, however,
there have been reported cases of people being attacked for wearables
like this despite assurances that they were not recording. Simply
having the option to record is the problem that the public has with
the product. The light may be a slight improvement to the product but
I do not think that will ease all concerns.
Secondly, dropping the price is a great idea, but how do you so that
without removing features. This was not clearly stated in your paper.
Many of these technology products are working on reduced margin
initially, waiting for uptake in the market that will allow of wide
adoption. Once the case has been proven, then in selling quantity you
begin to make money. Fitbit is a classic example where many years of
financial losses have not spawned wide adoption, probably worsened by
competitors that boast higher functionality, like the Apple watch.
I agree that the product has potential, but a failed product needs a
lot of redesigns before it gets turned around. I think that is why you
struggled here. Taking a moderately successful product and making it
better is easier than a full redesign.