Google Glass, on connait. Vous savez aussi que les concurrents se sont déjà engouffrés dans la brèche, notamment Sony, pour déposer des brevets et exploiter ce concept. La société Vuzix en fait partie, en dévoilant ses Vuzix Smart Glasses M100.
A Journal reporter tries on Google Glass, essentially a wearable smartphone in the guise of eyeglasses that allows the user to take pictures, send messages and perform other functions via voice-activated command.
But models and hype go only so far. The glasses were ultimately disappointing because the software isn't finished. Much of the basic functionality that Google is building toward for the first commercial release later next year wasn't working. And we're just beginning to grapple with the privacy issues raised by such pervasive technology.
When I asked to use the navigation feature that would show me maps of places I want to go, Mr. Brin said it is prototyped but not in the version he showed me. The calling and messaging capability that would allow me to phone someone one or see and respond to a text message also wasn't functional.
At the Diane Von Furstenberg finale, several models sported Google glasses--high-tech eyewear with a mini camera and monitor built in. Video via WSJ's #WorldStream.
Google plans to release an initial version early next year for the hard-core fans who shelled out $1,500 on pre-order, but Google Glass will remain a novelty item as long as the price tag stays that high.
Les tablettes tactiles entrent petit à petit dans notre univers de Geeks, mais sont-elles réellement utile ou ne serait-ce qu'un gadget de plus pour assouvir temporairement notre soif de nouveautés technologiques ?
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