Google’s “Project Glass”
Man is always trying to push the limits of technology and Project Glass from Google is an excellent example of it. The product has been designed to assist people live in the moment, whatever they may be doing.
What is Google’s Project Glass?
Project Glass is an attempt of the company to create wearable computing and is in fact a chic pair of glasses that comes with an incorporated heads-up display with the battery concealed within the frame. Wearable computing is not something new, but Google’s can do approach and a bulging bank account has brought about this pioneering product.
Google’s development and research program has given birth to Project Glass, an amplified HMD or head-mounted display. The projected purpose of the glasses is to have hands- free display of information that is presently available in many modern smartphones. The product is expected to allow Internet interaction through natural language voice commands. Google’s Android will be the operating system for the unusual glasses.
How does Project Glass work?
It is expected that Google’s Project Glass will use AMOLED or transparent LCD display to bring information right before the eyes. With integrated GPS and camera it will stay aware of the location and will allow information scrolling and clicking just by leaning the head, which is apparently, fairly simple to learn. The gadget will employ voice output and input.
This contrivance will offer ways to seek information, view videos online, read text messages and even post pictures on social networks without shuffling any hand-held gadget. In the beginning of 2013, Explorer Edition Google Glass is likely to be available for the Google I/O developers in the US for an amount of US$1,500. Google is hoping that programmers using it will recommend some improvements as well as develop applications to amplify the usability of the glasses.
What can be done with Google Glasses?
Google’s video suggests that people will get super-being ability to talk to people from one corner of the eye, locate places with sat-nav, share photographs or even know when your favorite restaurant is closed just by slight movement of the head. It is a revolution and will make life simpler.