Moving Through Glass


Moving Through Glass is the first-ever augmented reality application providing round-the-clock aid to people living with Parkinson’s. It leverages the heads-up display, bone-inductive audio, and verbal and gestural navigation of Google Glass to provide on-the-move access to proven dance-based tools.

Moving Through Glass was created by SS+K and Mark Morris Dance Group as a mobile enhancement to the internationally acclaimed Dance for PD® program developed by MMDG and Brooklyn Parkinson Group.

Since it’s development, Moving Through Glass has attracted interest from a variety of leading universities, medical researchers, and usability experts, as well as extensive high profile media coverage:

University research

  • Weill-Cornell Medicine
  • Stanford University
  • Syracuse University

Medical & media publications

Speaking engagements

  • True North Podcast – “Stories of discovery & innovation”
  • Dance/NYC – “Dance as a vehicle for change”
  • World Usability Day Milan – “Inclusion through user experience”
  • UX Awards – “Simple is hard”
  • World Parkinson Congress – “Exploring AR tech for people with Parkinson’s”


Video coverage

Case study

CNN feature


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