Google Glass Project - Google is planning to release a high-tech set of display glasses in the end of 2012. These glasses are a revolutionary concept in computers, and can take the idea of the mobile computing one step further. The glasses are rumored to have outward facing camera, whose job is always to record your movements and gestures. Supposedly, we now have will also allow your hand can reach out like a computer mouse and control the glasses' navigation. The good thing about these glasses is the lenses are clear, that allow you to stay in touch with the remainder of the world, instead of the traditional tablets, that will become all-consuming. The glasses is going to be Android based, and will have flash and voice input capabilities.
Sources say the glasses will be priced just like a smartphone, and may cost anywhere from $150 to $600, with a few sources say closer to $250 for a pair. The glasses may look a bit geeky in their first versions, but will supposedly look similar to a pair of Oakley's Thumbs MPS player glasses. Even though the screens are transparent, the manages display is only for just one eye, and will supposedly not even take up the whole screen.
Google Glass Project
Bing is still unsure if they will find a market for this product. The glasses are considered a pet project, to ascertain if the world is ready for a new form of computing. The thought was thanks in part to Google's 'Google X' laboratory, where they trial experimental, "out there" ideas. Google has always allowed it's engineers to devote 20 % of their time towards these experimental projects and possess tested out products as wacky as talking refrigerators and robot workers. There is even a rumored 'self-drive' vehicle within the works that could change the future of transportation. Google proudly admits they've invested quite a bit of profit very speculative Research and Development projects; some of which have been more successful than these.
Google Glass Project
If Google will find a market for their Google Glasses, they can potentially change everything we know, from marketing and advertising, to the way we do business and be employed in our personal lives. Adding a completely functioning computer to your already expanding human capacity could elevate society to a completely new level. Buyers, however, will be the ones to accept or reject this technology, and it may end up being only a first step in introducing a revolutionary product from Google.