Google's Project Glass
The first step towards augmented reality
What is augmented Reality
• Augmented reality (AR) is a live, direct or indirect, view of a
physical, real-world environme...
Video –Augmented Reality
Google Glass
• Google Glass is a third eye off to the side, but what's coming is
a generation of glasses whose information...
What is Google Glass ?
• Google X Lab R and D project
• Head mounted, hands-free display for
useful, organized, informatio...
What is New ?
• Consumerization of
sci-fi R&D device (trend)
• Wearable device
• Integration with
data, services
• New bus...
How users interact ?
• Information on Google Glass is separated into items on a
timeline. The timeline contains items or "...
How users interact ?
» Video - Google Glass How-to_ Getting Started_(360p)
Features
Features
How users interact ?
» Video - How it Feels [through Google Glass]_(360p)
How developers interact?
• To interact with a user's timeline, you call the appropriate
RESTful endpoint to carry out the ...
Wanna buy it?
• This device will come up with OMAP 4430 dual core
processor and 1GB RAM.
• In all probability, the Glass w...
Thank You
Any Queries???
You can reach me @ nainesh.zaveri@decimal.co.in
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Google's project glass

  1. 1. Google's Project Glass The first step towards augmented reality
  2. 2. What is augmented Reality • Augmented reality (AR) is a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented (or supplemented) by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. • It is related to a more general concept called mediated reality, in which a view of reality is modified (possibly even diminished rather than augmented) by a computer. • Augmented reality is changing the way we view the world -- or at least the way its users see the world.
  3. 3. Video –Augmented Reality
  4. 4. Google Glass • Google Glass is a third eye off to the side, but what's coming is a generation of glasses whose information becomes immersed in your reality. • The project is basically based on a pair of augmented reality glasses that seek to provide users real-time information right in front of their eyes • With Glass, Google puts the Internet even closer than your fingertips-right at eye level and integrates information into the wearer's visual experience.
  5. 5. What is Google Glass ? • Google X Lab R and D project • Head mounted, hands-free display for useful, organized, information (data, visualizations) • NLP, voice, other input • Android O/S • Dedicated glasses, other integration, form factors possible (car windscreen, windows ,buildings, glass walls.
  6. 6. What is New ? • Consumerization of sci-fi R&D device (trend) • Wearable device • Integration with data, services • New business opportunities: Mobile, BYOD, COIT • Another Mobile option? More than that…
  7. 7. How users interact ? • Information on Google Glass is separated into items on a timeline. The timeline contains items or "cards" that display information to the user. Users navigate through their timeline by swiping backwards and forwards on Glass, revealing cards in the past and future. • Each timeline card contains information pushed to Glass devices from various pieces of Glassware. • Many timeline cards have additional interactions associated with them that are accessible with a single tap. You can define these menu items to allow users to execute actions such as deleting or sharing a card.
  8. 8. How users interact ? » Video - Google Glass How-to_ Getting Started_(360p)
  9. 9. Features
  10. 10. Features
  11. 11. How users interact ? » Video - How it Feels [through Google Glass]_(360p)
  12. 12. How developers interact? • To interact with a user's timeline, you call the appropriate RESTful endpoint to carry out the action that you want to do. Google handles all of the necessary details of syncing between your Glassware and your users' Glass. Some common actions include: – Creating and managing timeline cards on a user's Glass – Subscribing to notifications from Glass to be notified of user actions – Obtaining a user's location
  13. 13. Wanna buy it? • This device will come up with OMAP 4430 dual core processor and 1GB RAM. • In all probability, the Glass will come preloaded with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS or above, when it is released. • The Glass can be synchronised with the phone and can carry out all the functions done by your mobile phone. • In addition it is an entertainment hub also with a screen with size equivalent to a 25 inches High Definition screen at a distance of 8 meters. • The Google Glass also comes with a 5MP camera • Price : only 1500$
  14. 14. Thank You Any Queries??? You can reach me @ nainesh.zaveri@decimal.co.in

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