Google is surprisingly on a pursuit for make wearing spectacles interesting once again.
The new project ( known as Project Glass ), an enterprise at Google’s extremely deceptive Google X lab, unveiled pictures and published a youtube video on last Wednesday to demonstrate the company’s long rumored venture into creating a much better set of specs.
The Youtube video known as “One Day” represents what a day in the life of a Google glasses-lover will be like. Demonstrated basically through the eyes of a stylish down-town New Yorker, the video begins with the eyeglasses starting up. A number of icons flash into his glass, exactly like in all those sci-fi movies. He checks his calendar and also the weather conditions at outside, chats and shares pictures with buddies in his Google+ circles and hears songs.
In the Project Glass Google+ page technical engineers requested followers to “Make sure you follow along as we reveal each of our concepts and reports. We’d like to hear yours, as well. What do you want to see from Project Glass.
It’s all extremely innovative, undoubtedly. There isn’t any release date still. But without having attempted a prototype on ourselves, they appear as if they’d be vaguely invasive if not totally weird.