Sunday, April 8, 2012

Google's Project Glass

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Google Plus isn’t exactly taking the social networking world by storm. But Google Glasses might be the next great innovation? The Project, if you didn't understand, is trying to take a new look on technology. Instead of using the brick-like objects to communicate, share and browse, we could use headsets/glasses to communicate with the internet. The glasses are called, Project Glass. While the video isn't suggesting that Project Glass is what stage they're at now, it is showing a stage where they could be at in the near future.

This vision is one that combines several new technological devices that have advanced the communications and technology markets in past years. Combining the bluetooth headset, the new tablets which offer multi-media wherever you are and the idea of having it streaming into your eyes.

Technology experts state that Project Glass could be on the market by 2013. If it can be done by anyone, it should be Google. Ever since they axed their old approach and began with Google+, Chromebooks and spiced up their way of working, they've became very innovative in their design.

- Features of Project Glass -

Sound recognition:
Of course, a Siri-like audio acknowledgement app will be the primary operate of The search engines Spectacles. Users will not have to media on many more control buttons or lay hands on a touchscreen display screen to control it. Everything will take position as the person just informs it to do some activities. You can just tell the glassless to create a call, deliver a textual content or search the web on a search term and like that. The movie from The search engines X team clearly testifies the glasses’ audio acknowledgement functionality.

Location navigation:
There would be no better user interface than a couple of eyeglasses for position routing. On ask for, the eyeglasses may possibly show the search engines map with route towards your location. It is quite simple for the person to create out the position and move forward to the search as the map is proven that much near to the sight.

To set reminders:
The eyeglasses can tell a person of a conference or an involvement successfully. Memory on a mobile phone, which you keep in your trouser’s, may sometimes go without required interest. But, when the eyeglasses before side of your sight tell you of an operation or occurrence, possibilities are high that you will not ignore it.

Video chatting:
There will also a video chating ability. Think about of making video chating with your buddies while going for walks in a road. Won’t it be an amazing experience for you?

To catch photos:
The video from The search engines X team reveals that the eyeglasses are able of getting pictures as well. The person of the eyeglasses in the video takes pictures of some wall-posters and immediately stocks them with buddies on Google+. This operate will be yet another game-changing functionality of Google’s possible video eyeglasses.

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But will these glasses interfere with everyday life? Some people who have seen Project Glass said there is a misconception that the glasses will interfere with people’s daily life too much, constantly streaming information to them and distracting from the real world. But these people say the glasses actually free people up from technology.

Now ofcourse you have to worry about advertisements. While you serenade your girlfriend with a ukulele with a nice view of the sunset, will your glasses be projecting ads of ukuleles and Starbucks? If you are running late for a meeting? Cue ad for new alarm clock? We ads forgotten in this video or is there a way around them?

So the question now becomes: How much would you pay to have all that technology in your smartphone fit inside your glasses? And are you willing to look ridiculous for the future’s sake? I know I want one!!!

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