Mark Boyer

Google Unviels "Project Glass" Augmented Reality Cyber Glasses

by , 04/08/12
filed under: News, Wearable Technology

Google, Project Glass, augmented reality, Google glasses, google goggles, cyber vision

Ever wish you could access Google Maps without looking down at your phone? Or that you could snap a photo and send by just looking at something? The future might be closer than you think. This week, Google took the lid off “Project Glass,” the company’s long-rumored foray into augmented reality. A new first-person YouTube video demonstrates the glasses’ potential, showing a man using Google Maps, Google+, and Google Talk while walking down the street in Manhattan. View the video and catch a glimpse of the future at Ecouterre.

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  1. cyberglasses April 24, 2013 at 12:43 am

    You are spot on Mark! The landscape of interractivity is about to change. Some are looking forward to this change with trepidation and concern, others (like me) are looking forward to this with excitement and opportunity!! Go Cyber Glasses!!

  2. onetom2 February 22, 2013 at 9:41 pm

    Absolutely marvelous I get the feeling Google have taken the baton ahead of the rest in the tech relay race. Will they offer prescription lenses? Perhaps rear view for cyclists and paranoid pedestrians? Pity I couldn’t afford the trip I’d apply for a test kit.

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