Not long ago, search giant Google patented the design of its augmented-reality glasses, known as Project Glass.
The device will not available until earliest next year, but Project Glass has already captured the imagination of many people.
According to the developers wearing Google Glass will your ticket to a futuristic world you never thought you would live long enough to see.
If everything goes as specified, you will be able to do amazing things!
If you wear these glasses, you will establish a very personal and close connection with Google. That means Google will push things in front of
your eye, and you will be sending images of what you see back to Google. Yes, you read it right! Google will see just the same as you!
Basically, one of the project's goals is that Google will take pictures as rapidly as possible and instantly upload them to Google's servers.
In this way Google will be able to store the world as seen through your eyes.
Google informs this functionality must be enabled by the user in order to work. Nevertheless, there will probably still be people who worry about the privacy.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin reportedly posted a limited Google+ update to those who ordered the special "Explorer Edition" of Glass, which developers
were able to do at Google I/O last month.
He included the above image, and said:
"I wanted to share this photo with you that I took on a drive in Montana. I was testing a new mode of Glass which automatically takes a
picture every 10 seconds without any distraction or disruption.
Afterwards, I checked Instant Upload to see how the images had turned out and this one really caught my eye - I love the composition of the
landscape mixed with sunlight and the beauty of the sky. I never would have captured this moment without Glass.
You have most likely seen similar glasses in science fiction movies. Now, these devices are quickly becoming reality. These glasses will allow you
to harness the power of a computer. It can be used to record what the user sees, make use of augmented reality."
Is Google Glass a vision of the future?
Nobody knows. The idea is to deliver augmented reality, with information that's directly relevant to your surroundings appearing in front of
you whenever you need it.
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