Google Glasses unveils [Video]


    Google Glasses unveils [Video]


    If you think its dangerous to text while walking, the Google's internet connected glasses will help you. Just wait for everyone to start using it. While you are wearing this spectacle, you can see the directions to where you want to go right before your eyes and still talk to someone through video chat. You can also capture a photo and buy things online as you are walking.

    These glasses can do almost anything that requires a tablet or smartphone currently. The blog post of Google gave a glimpse of the Project Glass. It is in still in the prototype stage. It offers endless possibilities and challenges to privacy and safety.

    The Google glass is sleek and has a wrap around form factor. It does not look clunky as the 3D glasses. But some of them suggest that these could be too much. They feel that the smartphones are stuffing users with more information by bringing them constant Twitter feeds, weather updates and more. Having all these right in front of the eyes will worsen the situation.

    But still it has more advantages as you can see the Facebook profile of the person sitting next to you, read the calorie count and ingredients list of a sandwich just by looking at it, snap a photo with a blink and more. The video posted in the Project Glass page of Google+. This video explains that the above mentioned tasks are possible.

    The glasses mesh the online world and real word together. People can wear stylish eye glasses with silver frames that have tiny cameras and on-lens displays. This will show information like directions, messages from friends and weather forecasts. There in built in microphones to let the wearers command the internet linked glasses simple by speaking.

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