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Google Begins Testing Its Augmented-Reality Glasses

Google Begins Testing Its Augmented-Reality Glasses | GoogleGlass | Scoop.it
On Wednesday, Google gave people 20/20 vision about a secret augmented-reality project called Project Glass. The glasses are the company's first foray into wearable computing.

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"A video released by Google on Wednesday showed potential uses for Project Glass. A man wanders around the streets of New York City, communicating with friends, seeing maps and information, and snapping pictures. It concludes with him video-chatting with a girlfriend as the sun sets over the city. All of this is seen through the augmented-reality glasses."

Google Glass- a wonderful example of Augmented reality in my opinion!

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Google Glasses And 7 Other Wearable Tech Inventions That Could Change Your Life | The Creators Project

Google Glasses And 7 Other Wearable Tech Inventions That Could Change Your Life | The Creators Project | GoogleGlass | Scoop.it
The products that could become the smartphones of tomorrow.

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Computers used to be so big to fill a single room-and became smaller and smaller ever since.

The next logical step in the development of Computers is  moving from holding a device to wearing a device.

From now on you won't be able to forget them, as they just become a part of you

 

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Rachel May's curator insight, March 22, 2013 6:51 AM

5.Wearable technology

 

As consumers demand products get smaller and smaller as well as faster and more intuitive, the next logical step from holding a device is wearing it. This article uncovers wearable technology in various stages of progress and provides a picture for the uses in the future. Each of these technologies has multiple uses, but in my humble opinion, it's the ones that are the most aesthetically pleasing that will be flying off the shelves.

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Watch Google’s Sergey Brin Talk About The Emasculating Smartphone And Google Glass | TechCrunch

Watch Google’s Sergey Brin Talk About The Emasculating Smartphone And Google Glass | TechCrunch | GoogleGlass | Scoop.it
Google co-founder Sergey Brin took the stage at the TED Conference late in February, delivering a talk about Google Glass in which he dropped his now infamous quote about smartphones being "emasculating." Now the video is available in full for all...
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Yannah Catherin's comment, March 22, 2013 9:21 AM
Google Glass is a great example to me on how visions can become true. I think with devices like this, people who used to "fear" technology no longer will- because if devices like these gain acceptance, technology will to. The reason for this phenomenon is that technology is now more within the focus of the people as sth. they can take manipulate.
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Google admits Project Glass UI falls well short of promo video - SlashGear

Google admits Project Glass UI falls well short of promo video - SlashGear | GoogleGlass | Scoop.it
Google has admitted that the view through its Project Glass wearable computer won't quite be the Terminator-style augmented reality that its eye-catching demo...

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What a revolution of photography this is, if this vision of Google comes true! You no longer have to see the fake-smiles of people saying "cheeers", from now on you will be able to hold a part of. someones reaity forever.

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Project Glass: Developers' views

Project Glass: Developers' views | GoogleGlass | Scoop.it
Developers react to Google's announcement that they can buy a test version of its augmented reality headset for $1,500.

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Will you be able to decide whether the person in front of you is wearing a "normal" Glass or if he/ she is wearing Google Glasses instead? Making photos of you and you don't even know it? Google Glass may now look different from those we are used to. But this may change immediatly once Google Glass has established.

Questions like these, based on the uncertainty of data security and data protection using Google Glass will arise to many people - Google and its developers will have to face them in the near future!

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