Google Glass. Google Glass is a wearable, voice- and motion-controlled Android device that resembles a pair of eyeglasses and displays information directly in the users field of vision. Google Glass offers an augmented reality experience by using visual, audio and location-based inputs to provide relevant information.
How does the Google glasses work?
But how does it work? In the Google Glass contains a mini-projector, which projected the layer via a clever, semi-transparent prism directly on the retina in the eye. When the Google Glass is high on the nose, so that you can practically see through underneath, you must turn the eye up to view the image sharp.
What was Google Glass originally developed for?
Back in April 2012, a Project Glass account appeared on Googles social networking platform Google Plus. The accounts first post revealed the purpose of the project -- to build a wearable computer that helps you explore and share your world [source: Google Glass].
How much does a pair of Google glasses cost?
Google is making its latest augmented reality headset, Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2, available for direct purchase, nearly a year after launching it through select workplace partners for $999 a unit.
What are the benefits of smart glasses?
Potential benefits of smart glasses:Lower operational costs.Greater operational efficiency.Enhanced productivity.Improved health and safety.Reduction in routine tasks or those with no added value.Remote in-service inspections.Increased on-the-job learning.3 Feb 2019
What does it look like using Google Glass?
The headset looks like a mix between a pair of standard black glasses and the goggles you wore in science class with the addition of a tiny camera and a glass prism that juts out in front of the wearers right eye lens. Imagine having a small display floating toward the top of your line of sight.