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Transcript of Google Glass
What you can and can't do with Google's Wearable Computer
What is it?
Google Glass is a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display that is being developed by Google in the Project Glass research and development project.
Explorer Edition is the first version of Google Glass and cost $1,500.
Parts of the Google Glass
Inside the Right Arm: Parts of a smartphone, such as a processor, 16GB of storage, a Bluetooth radio, and a small battery.
Screen: Small glass square on the right.
To the right of the Glass Box: 5-megapixel camera.
Use Bluetooth to pair Glass with your phone.
Google has made no plans yet to make a left eye dominant pair.
How to work the Google Glass
To Operate Glass:
1- Touch Sensitive Track Pad on Right Arm: Sliding your finger on it allows you to move through the Glass interface and tapping once on it lets you make selections.
2-Voice Command: Ex. "O.K. Glass, take a picture."
To Wake Up Glass:
Tap the arm of the glasses
Tilt your head back
Stern, Joanna. "Google Glass: What You Can and Can't Do With Google's Wearable Computer." ABC News, 2 May 2013. Web. <http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/google-glass-googles-wearable-gadget/story?id=19091948>.