Google recently debuted Project Glasses or Goggle Glasses as they are more commonly known as, a project in the works for quite some times. Goggle Glasses are the latest futuristic prototype of Goggle’s R&D department and the interactive heads-up display glasses look to be nothing short of amazing. Google is keeping a tight rein on information about the project and is in the early development of the Google Glasses so don’t get you hope’s up, but they just might be coming to a store near you sometime in the future.
So what exactly are Goggle Glasses? Google Glasses are a heads-up display that works like a view screen on a pair of tech glasses. The glasses interact with a smartphone to give you all of the nifty little tools and gadgets of a top-of-the-line smartphone, but without having to use your hands at all. A user will be able to see everything from their Google Glasses that they would normally see on a smartphone screen like messages, phones calls, weather reports, memos, but they would also be able to see things like local up-to-date information such as public transit that’s been delayed or shut down, business information like maps of local stores, onboard camera and so forth.
The tech is similar to those futuristic VR glasses we used to see in the ‘80s, but so much cooler and so much more versatile. Google Glasses are still in their infancy, but the information already coming out is so tempting that it is clear that when they do finally go on the market they’ll be snapped up like hot cakes in no time at all.
Will you be first in line at Best Buy to get your pair of Google Glasses?
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To read more of the article that inspired this blog, please visit: http://www.mashable.com/2012/04/06/sergey-brin-google-glasses