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  1. 1. Google Glass
  2. 2. Statement: Google Glass is a wearable computer which gives us a way of using the outboard brain of the internet while still being able to do other things. Glass was created, according to Google, to "be there when you need it and get out of your way when you don't.“ Essentially, Google Glass is a wearable Android-powered computer built into spectacle frames so that you can perch a display in your field of vision, film, take pictures, search and translate on the go as well as run specially-designed apps. This is designed to be easily seen without obstructing your view. Current versions of Glass offer a 640 x 360 display. display is "the equivalent of a 25-inch high definition screen from eight feet away." There is a 5 megapixel camera built-in to the frame that can also capture video at 720p resolution. There's 16GB of flash memory built into the device, although only 12GB is currently available for user storage Summarizing the statement: Google Glass runs a version of Android, so developers can easily create apps that take advantage of its unique display and input methods. The early Google Glass apps provide a neat glimpse into the potential of the headset. The frame will come with adjustable Pads for comfort.
  3. 3.  Colors Google Glass comes in five different colors i.e. Charcoal, Tangerine, Shale, Cotton and Sky.
  4. 4.  Design
  5. 5.  Weight And Strength Google Glasses are very lite in weight and are strong so that they don’t break easily. Glass is designed to be lightweight and as unobtrusive as possible. The frame will come with adjustable pads for comfort, and is expected to be both light and extremely robust. It will also have a touchpad along one arm for silent interaction.
  6. 6.  Simple They are quite simple as it is designed for wearing as a glass so if it was heavy or designed in a difficult manner so it could have been a cause of headache for the user’s to wear and use it easily. You can start a search with just saying "Ok Glass..".
  7. 7.  Picture Glass responds to voice commands as well as taps and gestures on the touch-sensitive bar that runs along the side of the frame. You just have to simply say “Take a picture” and the glass will capture what you are seeing.
  8. 8.  Recording Just like photos, you can use a voice action to start video recording by saying "ok glass, record a video.” You'll see a live view on your display of your current recording and a time counter for your video recording. Videos are 10 seconds in length by default. To continue recording, tap your touchpad and select Extend video. To stop recording, tap the touchpad and swipe to select Stop recording.
  9. 9.  Share Google Glass has the ability to take photos and record 720p HD video, which you can easily share with others.
  10. 10.  Directions You'll be able to use Google Maps to get directions although as there is no built in GPS receiver you'll need to tether Glass to your smartphone. Several third party developers have announced apps for services including Ever note, Sketch and Path.
  11. 11.  Message And Phone Calls. Send messages to your contacts hands-free by saying "ok glass, send a message to..." The voice action will bring up a list of the contacts you set up on the MyGlass site or Android app. Say the name of the recipient or select their name from the list using the touchpad, then speak your message. If you've paired your mobile phone to Glass, Glass acts as a Bluetooth headset for your phone and you'll be able to place and receive phone calls through Glass.
  12. 12.  Ask Question’s And Answer’s Without Asking This innovative technology is so efficient that, the person using it can simply ask questions and it answers. Sometimes it can tell information according to your environment.
  13. 13.  Translation of voice Google has snapped up voice specialists DNNresearch whose voice recognition tech could give Glass the ability to translate words being spoken to you into your own language on the display. Obviously you'll need a WiFi connection or a hefty data plan if you're in another country, but it's certainly a neat trick if it works.
  14. 14. 4.5 4 3.5 3 desktop 2.5 mobile 2 camera 1.5 1 0.5 0 2000-2009 2010-2011 2012-2013 2014
  15. 15. Google Glass was developed by Developers (US) in February 2013. It will be used by consumers in 2014. Research contained making pictures, videos streaming to other locations dictating operative log, having students watch the procedures and tele-consultation through Hangout. Angele documented his findings in blogs, videos, pictures, on Twitter, and on Google+ and is still ongoing.
  16. 16.     It's important to note that there may be restrictions on when you use Glass, both legal and social. Indeed Obviously with any new technology there is the potential for misuse - and Google Glass is perhaps a little problematic when it comes to privacy Google Glass is not yet commercially available but some of those who signed up to the Google Glass Explorer program have been able to purchase a developer edition for $1,500. There was speculation that Glass may launch early, before the end of 2013 but no announcement has been forthcoming from Google.
  17. 17. Google Glass is a innovative technology. Google glass is a wearable computer that is in the form of spectacles, programmers claim it to be surprisingly simple. Along with this one can capture photo, make video, share online, online navigations, send a message, translate and much more. The physical advantages of the product is, it is strong, light, modular design and different colors.
  18. 18.    www.techradar.com Google support en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Glass

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