From sweet baby story to how cool/scary the future can be, Google Glass has given us geeks – and apparently Google’s CEO himself – things to be excited about. Lucky folks who attended Google I/O 2012 and were given the chance to pre-order the Google Glass Explorer Edition for the princely sum of $1,500 know that the device can take pictures and stream video, but it’s still not clear what else they can look forward to when they open the package come 2013.
Here’s the latest scoop on Google Glass, as shared by a developer that was invited to a recent Google Glass Explorer Hangout session – we’re talking about possible specs and features [...]
Today, the Google Glass team announced on Google Plus (where else?) a new way for us to get insight into Sergey Brin’s pet futuristic project, which many of those who experienced it firsthand call the future.
No, the new Glass Sessions project doesn’t involve skydiving, rappelling or other form of extreme sports, at least for now. It’s just a way to show how the Glass “helps you share your life as you’re living it; from life’s big moments to everyday experiences”.
Today’s episode is much more tranquil than Sergey’s surprise moment at Google I/O 2012, and it features June, an adorable two-months old baby, and her mum, Laetitia Gayno, the wife of a [...]
It seems that Google Glass is not as close to reality as we were led to believe earlier this year when they first showed their promo video. At least for consumers, it seems that the project has been delayed by a year, and it won’t be available on the market until early 2014. There is however an “Explorer Edition” that will be available to the tech press for $1500 each, but they can only get that early next year.
The Google Glass technology is a very futuristic one, not only because of its future capabilities, but because of its small size, compared to early prototypes of similar devices that can augment your reality. Google Glass should be running a [...]
Over the past few weeks, Sergey Brin, Larry Page, and other Google employees have been wearing Google Glasses out in public. This does not take into account their myriad of talk show appearances.
When Brin recently appeared on The Gavin Newsom Show, he was controlling the glasses on Newsom from a track pad on the side. Wired reports:
In the video, Brin navigates the system via a touchpad on the right side of the headset behind the display. He slides his finger forward and back to locate a photo he took of Gavin Newsom with the contraption. He then places the headset on Newsom’s face, and continues to [...]