The Enlarged World Of Google Glass: It Will Amaze You…. Video Demonstrating


Google has released a slew of beautiful images and a video showing off all the things you can do with Google Glass.

It’s also opening up sales of Google Glass to non-developers. So if you’re a “bold, creative” individual, you can apply to buy Google Glass via Twitter or Google+.

All you have to do is say what you would do if you had Glass and use the hashtag #ifihadglass. All applications must be submitted by February 27. If you get selected, you’ll receive an invitation to become a Glass Explorer and from there, you’ll have to shell out $1,500 plus tax for the glasses.

For those who can’t be torn away from their smartphones, Google may have the answer.

They have invented a pair of internet-connected spectacles which will make your life flash before your eyes.

If you want to know the time, the temperature, talk to a friend or get directions to that café you read about in a magazine, it will all appear as if by magic in front of you.
Called Google Goggles, they are not yet on sale, but a promotional video released by the company has shaken up the technology world and prompted claims they could revolutionise the way we live.

The wraparound glasses feature a miniature display that sits above one eye, allowing users to surf the internet, make video calls, listen to music and update the diary without lifting a finger.

The screen is controlled by voice and by tilting your head, so one catch may be a few funny looks in the street.

A prototype is being tweaked and tested in public by the company’s employees before it goes on sale. The technology is known as ‘wearable computing’ and is expected to launch a new generation of gadgets which display a layer of information over everything the wearer sees – bringing together the search engine, GPS tracking, a phone and a camera.
In the video, entitled One Day, the wearer is given information instantly from buildings they are looking at, landmarks or friends in the area. The device is potentially a gift to advertisers as they could reach users in ever more personal situations, such as a restaurant, shop or relaxing on their sofa.

Applications featuring ‘virtual reality’ situations could be offered in future. This is the first glimpse of the glasses after months of speculation. Reports suggest the price will be comparable with the smartphone.

It is a coup for Google’s Android system which has in recent years been stung by the popularity of the Apple iPhone.