How Google Glass works
How Google Glass works

21 Feb 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Google has released a video that demonstrates how it is to wear and use its display glasses, the so-called Project Glass. It shows potential but is it enough to make people wear it in public?

How Google's display glasses work

In the video you can see how voice controls are used to take pictures and record video. It also shows how the interface can help you navigate through traffic and bring up information on real-lie objects. See the video for yourself below.

Google’s Project Glass was first unveiled in April 2012. It will become a real product eventually but is only available to developers right now. The developer kit costs $1500 so it is definitely not cheap.

The important question is if people are willing to wear sci-fi glasses to use features such as the ones demonstrated in the video. Will you?

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