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Aarthish Kumar Nairon 20 August 2013
Transcript of GOOGLE GLASSES
In simple terms google glass is a wearable computer.
It has optical head mounted display.
It has been developed by google in the Project Glass research and development project.
It has been created with a mission of producing a mass-market ubiquitous computer.
It means computing is made to appear everywhere and anywhere.
Its still under development.
Specs and features can change dramatically from the concept phase to the final build.
Within the glasses is a microprocessor chip which is less powerful yet efficient.
The frames also had a button on the top edge of the right eye for taking photos.
BASIC STUFF GOOGLE GLASSES DO
Remind you of appointments and calendar events
Alert you to social networking activity or text messages
Give turn-by-turn directions
Alert you to travel options like public transportation
Give you information like weather and traffic
Take and share photos and video
Use voice-recognition software to send messages or activate apps
Perform Google searches
Participate in video chats on Google Plus
Overlay information on top of physical locations.
5-megapixel camera, capable of 720p video recording.
16GB storage (12 GB available)
3 axis accelerometer
Frames do not currently have lenses fitted to them.
Talks are going on with Ray-Ban.
The glasses have a microphone incorporated into the frame and a speaker.
My glass app helps to manage the device.
Glass is controlled by voice actions.