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Google Project Glass Analysis

Google’s Project Glass to launch this year for under $1,500

February 22nd, 2013

Google’s (GOOG) Project Glass is exciting. Whether or not the idea of connected eyewear with an integrated transparent display that falls into the wearer’s line of vision appeals to you, the simple fact that a giant like Google is working on a project like this out in the open is intriguing. Project Glass is also …

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Google shows us what it’s like to use Project Glass [video]

February 20th, 2013

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Google (GOOG) Project Glass shown off on video, but the company released a demo on Wednesday that sheds new light on its upcoming connected eyewear. Google first unveiled Project Glass last year and while we still don’t know exactly where the company plans to take its heads-up glasses, the possibilities …

Google’s ‘Project Glass’ eyewear makes even professional models look like dorks

September 10th, 2012

Google’s (GOOG) augmented-reality visor, currently dubbed “Glass,” is a very intriguing piece of experimental technology that has tons of cool-looking features. However, Glass does have one fatal flaw that could hinder its ability to revolutionize the tech world: It makes most people who wear it look like abject dorks. 9to5Google reports that Google has been testing …

Apple may be working on Project Glass-like wearable displays

July 5th, 2012

Google unveiled the first iteration of its “Project Glass” connected eyewear this past April, and reports emerged soon after suggesting Google’s rivals were already working on similar solutions. According to a patent granted to Apple earlier this week, the company is among those toying with the idea of wearable displays. As noted by Apple Insider, …

Fun with $1,500 glasses: Project Glass skydive stunt captured on video

June 28th, 2012

Falling squarely in the don’t try this at home category, Google on Wednesday took to the sky to demonstrate its Project Glass digital eyewear prototypes. Google’s connected glasses — which may already have the company’s rivals scrambling to launch similar products — merge eyewear and a smart device with a small display just above the …

Sergey Brin talks Project Glass, hopes for 2013 release [video]

May 30th, 2012

Google co-founder Sergey Brin recently sat down with the Lieutenant Governor of California Gavin Newsom for an hour-long interview. Brin, as he has done in the past, wore the company’s Project Glass prototype, and even allowed Newsom to test them out. During the interview it is revealed that the device features a touch-sensitive trackpad that …

Project Glass spotted on more Google employees [video]

May 25th, 2012

Google recently wrapped up its Google+ Photographer’s Conference in San Francisco. During the event, a number of Google employees, including co-founder Sergey Brin, wore the company’s Project Glass prototype, and even a shared a video and a photo album of point-of-view images taken with the device. The augmented reality head-mounted display prototypes are being tested …

Google shares an image taken with its Project Glass prototype

May 9th, 2012

Google continues to tease its unique and futuristic “Project Glass” HUD glasses. The Internet giant recently made a short post on its Google+ page and shared an image taken with its Project Glass prototype. “We announced Project Glass in part to let our team start testing prototypes outside the office,” the company wrote. “Sebastian Thrun, …

Rivals already eying Google eyewear; Project Glass competitors now in development

April 6th, 2012

Google unveiled “Project Glass” earlier this week, an undertaking that it hopes will bring eyewear equipped with heads-up display technology to the masses. The new glasses currently in development include an integrated transparent display that projects images and data in the wearer’s field of vision. HUD technology such as this could allow users to pair …