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Jul 2012

Google Glass Explorer Edition, is Google moving closer to being Skynet? [Vid]By Staff


Google Glasses

Ok, Google Glasses won’t allow you to do that!  But who knows in the near future it might get hacked to allow you see-through vision?  Another toy from Google I/O is the Google Glasses. Wearable computing accessory, Google Project Glass showcased the Google Glasses that allow us to record our life, view our to-do list, check weather, get notifications from your phone and respond to them and many more!

At the moment, Google Glass is available to those who attended Google I/O.  It will cost about $1500 for each pair.  Also, if you already wear glasses, Google will find a way in the future to apply their magic onto your glasses so you won’t have to look like a nerd wearing Google Glasses on top of own prescriptions. glasses.

Google Glasses

Highlights:

  • Runs Google Android
  • 3G/4G Data Connection
  • LCD/AMOLED Display that gives you all of your info
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS Connectivity
  • Front Facing Camera with Flash
  • Sensors: Gyro, Accelerometer, Compass)
  • Voice I/O
  • Google CEO, Sergey Brin, announced Google Glass Explorer Edition that will cost $1500 and ship next year!
Google Glass in Action:


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