With a location in hand, we can optionally display the location in a map by using a glass://map path, or provide a menu option to get directions from where a user currently is to a destination. The next two sections are examples of what you can do with a Glass’s location. There are innumerably more.
Now that you have the location of your Glass user, why not expand Lunch Roulette a bit? Rather than presenting the user with a random cuisine, you can use her location along with a map service like Yelp or Google Places to present the local restaurants.
The code necessary to search Google Places for a nearby cuisine is wrapped up into a PlaceUtils class as part of the book’s downloadable code. The getRandom