Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Google Glasses Available Before 2014

Google  Glass will be marketed before 2014, the co-founder of Google, Sergey Brin, made an announcement at the TED Conference, and he assured that they should be available before the end of 2013. Present in April 2012, Google Project intrigue Glass: gimmick or technological revolution? These glasses augmented reality and futuristic design brings us one bit of science fiction. At a show Google, the web giant has offered a glimpse of its features without really revealing all. As in, we realize that this project is not a joke. Video Google has finally unveiled all possible uses of these glasses, for example, with voice and gesture control, we have the opportunity to take a video, a photo, communicate via video conferencing, translate a word, to send message, and even perform a search by pointing an item. Google the Glass feature a more seamless interface that displays the weather, time, a GPS route, depending on user needs.

According to him, the glasses will end connected to antisocial behavior imposed by the Smartphone. Finished noses glued to the screens, see emails, social networks, and more! "You want something that frees your eyes?" he added, "we wanted to liberate your ears." The Glass Google will thus have well equipped audio system that sound at the bone. The co-founder of Google has also announced that Google will emerge Glass much earlier than previously thought that is before 2014. Or even that they will be on the market by the end of 2013 at a price of less than $ 1,500 And of course, these glasses should then be compatibles with iPhones and Android Smart phones.

Always an interesting case to follow, rather attractive for people who are really interested in new technologies and have a little mind "geek", I still think that success is compromised, it is a great innovation. It is already quite comical to see the number of people staring at their Smartphone or tablet in public transport and in the street. Just imagine all these people with the same glasses, shot straight out of a science fiction movie ... it promises!

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