Google Glass

Google Glass will finally give us the ability to meld technology with real life. One of the main goals of Google Glass is create a device that does not get in the way of living life.
The best way to think of Google Glass is a smartphone glued to your temple. Glass has a forward-facing camera that sees what you see; an earbud so you can listen to music or a phone call; and a microphone, touchpad (the strip along the side), and gyroscope awaiting your input. The head-up display is small, but large enough to display full-color videos with surprising sharpness — you’re not going to edit photos using Google Glass, but the screen should be big enough for games, TV shows, web surfing, and so on. Cementing this concept of a smartphone strapped to your head is the fact that Google Glass reportedly runs Android.

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