Google Glass is developed by Google in the” Project Glass” research and development project. It is a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display. A wearable computer is a very comfortable computing device which is small and light enough to be worn on one’s body. Google Glass represents information in a Smartphone-like hands-free layout that can communicate with the Internet via natural language voice commands.
• 640×360 display
• Android 4.0.4 and higher
• 5-megapixel camera, capable of 720p video recording
• 16GB storage, but 12 GB available
• Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
• 682MB RAM
• 3 axis gyroscope
• 3 axis accelerometer and magnetometer
• Bone conduction transducer
• Proximity sensor and Ambient light sensing
Features are as follows:-
You simply need to ask a question and the device will pull the answer from the internet. For example, you can ask when Somanath Temple was built or to give you a few photographs of the monument and the device will provide suitable replies on the small screen in front of your eye.
Take pictures, Record videos
You just want to speak the word and Google Glass will take a picture or record a video without touching the hardware. We can also share it on social networking websites or we can send as an email. The photos and videos will be stored on the 4GB flash memory of the device.
Google Glass can translate sentences from one language to another language and it will speak that out.
Google Glass will show you text messages. You receive and allow you to respond to them via voice commands. It allows emails also.
View of maps
The broadly used Google Maps are integrated into Glass, so that users will be able to chart the course of their trip or look up positions or establishments via voice commands.
Live video sharing
Google Glass can show the same world what you are seeing – live! If you are attending birthday party, you can share the feed with your friends and family in real-time and make them a part of the experience.
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