Feeling Contented Living In The Future Via Google Glass

Posted: Dec 1 2013, 2:21pm CST | by , Updated: Dec 1 2013, 2:56pm CST , in Peripheral


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Feeling contented living in the future via Google Glass
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If one pays money for Google Glass, be prepared to face that query each day – the amount of people who can recognize Google Glass or the sum of people who are asking to corroborate their suspicion.

Consequently, for each person who has the guts to inquire about the trendy headgear, an additional twenty have given a fascinating stare as one walks down the street in Seattle, sits at a restaurant with a pal, walked in the Pike Place Market last weekend on a teeming afternoon…

The primary usage of Glass currently has boiled down to just some key things as first up is an efficiently effortless picture plus video capture such as Look, tap, speak, capture and it’s quicker than anyone can take out their phone for a picture, as well the resulting images are enormous to boot whereas two more tapes or a voice command plus the picture is posted on social media.

So, the upcoming release of the GDK has excited everyone about the potential of Glass in the future, also only taking a peep at the apps released. With a sneak peak of the development kit, it illustrates the real power of what Glass can do if developers have the appropriate tools. Google Music on Glass has been a focus of interest too.

Source: http://www.androidcentral.com/through-glass-feeling-comfortable-living-future

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