On the road
> Sitting in a car?
> Two people (minimum)?
> Having a pair of Google Glass?
Wherever we go, we stare at the screens of our smartphones. We're immersed in our personalised universes, which are invisible to people nearby. Being the driver of a car full of passengers, the feeling of being excluded from the world that really matters, is even more sad, because there's no escape, no screen to dive into. You need to keep watching the road.
If you're the lucky owner of a pair of Google Glass
(and not having a Google self driving car yet) then the "Autocue" app is what you, and your fellow passengers, need. It solves a practical problem, but it also disrupts the social situation in the car. No more smartphone staring in isolation, but lively dialogues instead. The multi-user autocue instructs each passenger to speak out lines from classic movie scenes staged inside cars. Instructions appear in sync across the smartphones and the Google Glass. A centralised system plays the scenes as an infinite loop, so you can enter any car in the world and join the conversation. If there's two people in the front seat of the car already, choose the back seat and click to contribute a matching soundtrack.