Google Launches Augmented Reality Glasses In Beta

Google Launches Augmented Reality Glasses In Beta
technology

The search giant is now live testing their AR concept glasses that seamlessly integrate smartphone technology into daily life.

Jeremy D. Williams
  • 4 april 2012

Google has began rolling out prototypes of their augmented reality glasses to employees through a somewhat secret initiative called Project Glass. The prototype, pictured above, is the company’s first venture into wearable computing. The wrap-around glasses feature a see-through lens that can stream everything from the weather to maps to text messages, in real-time. The glasses can record video, take pictures and the device sends and receives messages through voice commands.

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