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  • 1. Guided By, Mrs. Rafeekha.M.J Assistant Professor ECE Dept, TKMIT Presented By, Nidhin P Koshy S7 ECB Roll No : 32, TKMIT 1 09-11-2013
  • 2.  CONTENTS Objective Introduction Technologies Used Technical Specifications Working Why Google Glass Disadvantages References 2 09-11-2013
  • 3.  OBJECTIVE  Implementing the idea of wearable computing with the help of Augmented Display and Virtual Reality 3 09-11-2013
  • 4.  INTRODUCTION * Google Glass with an OHMD * Developed wearable computer by R&D Dept of Google (Google X) * To reduce delay between intention and action * Camera, display, touchpad, battery and microphone built into spectacle frame 4 09-11-2013
  • 5.  Google Glass vs Other HMDs & HUDs • Privacy for the user • Compact and very easy to use • Google support • Design that suits into any frame • Voice controlled 5 09-11-2013
  • 6.  TECHNOLOGIES USED  Virtual Reality • computersimulated environment that can simulate physical presence • Displayed through computer screen or through special stereoscopic displays • Speakers, headphones, feedback also used force • Gaming, Simulations for pilot training 6 09-11-2013
  • 7.  Augmented Display • view of a real-world environment supplemented by computer generated sensory input • sports scores on TV ,Nokia City Lens  Bone conduction • conduction of sound through the bones of the skull • high-pitched sounds makes segment of skull to vibrate individually • sensory cells percives them 7 09-11-2013
  • 8.  TECHENICAL SPECS Feature Specification Operating system Android 4.0.4(Ice cream Sandwich) Power 570 mAh Lithium Polymer battery CPU OMAP 4430 SoC, 1.2Ghz dual-core processor Storage 16 GB Flash Memory 1GB RAM Display Prism projector, 640×360 pixels Sound Bone conduction transducer Input Voice command through microphone, accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, ambient light sensor, proximity sensor Controller input Touchpad, My Glass phone app Camera Photos - 5 MP, videos - 720p Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11b/g,Bluetooth, micro USB 8 09-11-2013
  • 9.  Development phase 9 09-11-2013
  • 10.  Google Glass Tear Down 10 09-11-2013
  • 11.  Operating System • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich • Free Mobile OS • Used in tablets and mobile platforms 11 09-11-2013
  • 12.  CPU  Powered by OMAP4430 • OMAP (Open Multimedia Applications Platform) • 1.2Ghz dual core processor • series of image/video processors • developed by Texas Instruments  16GB of SanDisk flash  Elpida mobile DRAM chip, RF devices, GPS and Bluetooth/WiFi module 12 09-11-2013
  • 13.  Display  Prism used to display the GUI  Has a resolution of 640x360  equivalent of a 25 in. screen from 8 ft. away  Camera  5 MP Front camera  720p HD video recoding  Used for hangouts 13 09-11-2013
  • 14.  WORKING Wifi/Blue tooth Display Speaker Camera Processor Memory MIC Touch pad Sensors 14 09-11-2013
  • 15.  Display 15 09-11-2013
  • 16.  Voice Control  ADC translates the analog waves (voice) into digital data by sampling the sound 16 09-11-2013
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  • 18.  WHY GOOGLE GLASS  Say “take a picture” to take a picture 18 09-11-2013
  • 19.  Share what you see. Live 19 09-11-2013
  • 20.  Directions right in front of you 20 09-11-2013
  • 21.  Speak to send a message 21 09-11-2013
  • 22.  Ask whatever’s on your mind. 22 09-11-2013
  • 23.  Translate your voice 23 09-11-2013
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  • 25.  DISADVANTAGES  Can take pictures without permission  Can be a distraction to the line of sight  It requires a internet connection 25 09-11-2013
  • 26.  CONCLUSION • Google Glass makes life simple • Takes communication to next level 26 09-11-2013
  • 27.  REFERENCES [1]Thad Starner, “Wearable Computing” Pervasive Computing, IEEE Computer Society, Volume: 12, Issue: 2, 2013, pp. 14 – 16 [2]T.E. Starner , “Use of Mobile Appointment Scheduling Devices,” Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA 04), ACM, 2004, pp. 1501–1504 [3]Google.com/Glass [4]electronics.howstuffworks.com 27 09-11-2013
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