You will be surprised how many people wonder what on earth the strange thing is placed on someone’s head, only to learn that it is Google Glass — yes it is still a new gadget that has peopled baffled. We have already discussed this device on various occasions, but we thought you might want to know a little more.
Having already seen what it is like on the inside of Google Glass, as well as the technology that could be used in the second version of the strange eyewear, we have a video for your viewing pleasure.
If you have ever wanted to know what Glass is, what does it can do, and finally, what on earth does it look while you are wearing it then these questions will be answered for you. We need to point out the version of Glass in the video is Explorer Edition, and so there will be many changes before the consumer edition is ready for release.
There have already been several software updates with this version, but we cannot stress how important this model is, as it has been made for people to test it out and then give their feedback to Google.
The deign is a controversial one because it is like a pair of glasses, but without any lenses in, and so you could be mistaken for a crazy person.
What some of you may not know is that it does not have a cellular radio device, and so it will need to connect via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth tethering to use your Internet connection on your smartphone with the My Glass app.
So what we can make from this is that it will rely heavily on your smartphone, which kind of makes sense considering there are already smart watches doing the same sort of thing.
Main Google Glass features – There are 7 main things that you will be able to do with Google Glass, which include take a picture, record a video, navigation, send a message, phone calls, Google+ Hangouts and Google Search. Okay, so it is clear to see the list of features are limited, but because this is a new form factor it is the start of something amazing — well that is what we are led to believe.
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