Google Project Glass, available for developers
Google Project Glass
Google Project Glass, an amazing design idea which Google is already working on and Google has given some demo videos on it, but as it is still it is in the testing phase, Google has made is available to developers.
Google will be selling the prototype version of its wearable computer glasses to US programmers attending its three-day Google I/O conference. Developers willing to pay $1,500 (£961) for a pair of the glasses will receive them early next year. (Guardian)
What the Google Project Glass does?
The new Google Project Glass is designed around the idea of augmented reality glasses. As mentioned in Google About, “someday we’d be able to wake up in the morning and put our computer on over our eyes. It’s just like the idea of smart phone extended”.
You can use the Google Project Glass to keep track of appoinments, get directions, check into locations, do all the activities you already do on your smartphone.
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